Miller’s Paper Music Reviewed

Reviews of Philip Miller’s recent performance of Paper Music in Carnegie Hall from the world’s top publications have started hitting the net. Excerpts and links below:


The Mantle

Disinter & Reconfigure: A Conversation With Composer Philip Miller

On October 27, Paper Music Suite, a witty, poignant, a gently subversive song-and-film cycle by composer Philip Miller and visual artist William Kentridge, made its U.S. debut at Carnegie Hall’s “UBUNTU: Music and Arts of South Africa” festival.


New York Observer

William Kentridge and Philip Miller Come Full Circle With ‘Paper Music’

With Paper Music the two artists revisit the fruits of their artistic marriage, as well as debut their newest work together, including “some older ideas we’ve wanted to work on for many years,” said Mr. Kentridge.


Financial Mail

MUSIC Composing for art

Such striking interplay of past and present happens in Miller’s other work, too. He is still touring and developing Extracts From the Underground, a cantata/installation about the lives and histories of miners.


Cape Times

Carnegie Hall a dream come true for composer

Miller says it is part of a continuing search into how people see things differently with sound, and hear things differently when faced with an image.