ABOUT

Robert W Miller is a composer of music for film, television and the concert hall.

His distinctive style has made its mark on well over 2,400 commercials, over 65 film scores, as well as numerous works for the concert stage. Over the years his work has garnered him seven CLIO awards, two AICP awards, two Emmy group nominations.

COMMERCIALS

Robert began his commercial career at JSM in 1992, then followed rep Jeff Rosner to his new company Sacred Noise in 1996, spent 3 years with Amber Music (2000-2002) and finally launched his own company, RMI Music in the spring of 2002. Robert’s arrangements can be heard on spots for Mercedes, Coca-Cola, GE, Pedigree, SAP, M&M, Toyota, UPMC, IBM, Levi’s, Budweiser, Gillette, and many more.

FILM

Robert has scored a wide array of films across multiple genres including Academy Award nominated Knife Skills, ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, The King, You Get Me, I Love You, Daddy, Particle Fever, Future ‘38, The House I Live In, Happy Tears and more.

MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Robert Miller is a longtime collaborator with The American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, having scored four dome shows since 2008. He most recently composed the orchestral score for the planetarium show “Dark Matter,” narrated by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson.

COMMERCIALS

Robert began his commercial career at JSM in 1992, then followed rep Jeff Rosner to his new company Sacred Noise in 1996, spent 3 years with Amber Music (2000-2002) and finally launched his own company, RMI Music in the spring of 2002. Robert’s arrangements can be heard on spots for Mercedes, Coca-Cola, GE, Pedigree, SAP, M&M, Toyota, UPMC, IBM, Levi’s, Budweiser, Gillette, and many more.

FILM

Robert has scored a wide array of films across multiple genres including Academy Award nominated Knife Skills, ESPN’s 30 for 30 series, The King, You Get Me, I Love You, Daddy, Particle Fever, Future ‘38, The House I Live In, Happy Tears and more.

MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY

Robert Miller is a longtime collaborator with The American Museum of Natural History’s Hayden Planetarium, having scored four dome shows since 2008. He most recently composed the orchestral score for the planetarium show “Dark Matter,” narrated by astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson