From Lake Forest, Calif.
With Nashville Ballet since 2019
Training and Education
Laguna Dance Theater, Dmitri Kulev Classical Ballet Academy, Houston Ballet Academy, Texas Ballet Theater
Noah Miller’s performance career began early when he first danced in The Nutcracker at just four years old. His training and passion for dance ignited at Laguna Dance Theater and continued at Dmitri Kulev Classical Ballet Academy before Miller received a full scholarship to attend Houston Ballet Academy in 2015. While in Houston, Miller strengthened his technique and performed in works including Stanton Welch’s The Long and Winding Road and George Balanchine’s Allegro Brillante. Additionally, he was invited to represent Houston Ballet Academy during its 20th anniversary tour to Hamburg, Germany where he danced in John Neumeier’s Yondering.
In 2017, Miller joined Texas Ballet Theater as a trainee. During his two seasons in Texas, Miller danced in notable works such as Christopher Bruce’s Ghost Dances and Ben Stevenson’s Cleopatra; Miller even lists the opportunity to work with Bruce as his favorite dance experience thus far. In his free time, Miller enjoys reading and listening to classical music, as well as creating his own choreography.