Marcus G. Miller is a musician and mathematician based in NYC. He began studying saxophone at age nine with the help of world renown saxophonist Bruce Williams. With interests expanding music, he graduated from Harvard University with a degree in mathematics. He has developed a reputation as a versatile and virtuosic player, while studying music production and engineering under Grammy-Winning Engineer “Bassy” Bob Brockman. He has performed at the Obama White House, Madison Square Garden, The World Economic Forum at Davos, The Montreux Jazz Festival, and The Late Show with Stephen Colbert alongside Jon Batiste, Carnegie Hall. He works as a teaching artist at the New Jersey Performing Arts Center and was noted as an Artist of Distinction by the state of New Jersey. Marcus maintains his interest in mathematics and physics by giving talks and performances that combine math and music. He hopes to encourage people to become more aware of the beauty in mathematics and the power of imagination.
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