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Sue Miller
Sue Miller is a flute player and musical director of the UK’s only charanga orchestra ‘Charanga del Norte’ which she founded in 1998. She completed her PhD in 2011 on flute improvisation in Cuban charanga performance at the University of Leeds having previously studied charanga flute improvisation with Richard Egües from Orquesta Aragón in Havana in 2000 and 2001. In addition to performing with her own group she has performed with veteran charanga musicians in Havana including Estrellas Cubanas, Charanga de Oro, Orquesta Sublime and Orquesta Barbarito Díez, and with Orquesta Broadway in New York. She is currently senior lecturer in music at Anglia Ruskin University Cambridge (UK). Her book Cuban Flute Style: Interpretation and Improvisation will be published by Scarecrow Press in summer 2013

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