Kristen Miller is a Billboard charting cellist and a Shamanic Sound Healer.
Classically trained from an early age, Kristen discovered non-classical improvisation as a means of self-expression. She began writing her own compositions, which led to four solo releases, all of which charted on college and community radio across North America. Kristen was the cellist on Ryan Judd's guitar and cello record, An Open Sky (2018) which won a Zone Music Reporter Award and spent over a year on the Billboard Top 10 Chart for New Age. Their second release, Soaring Together (2021) has enjoyed rave reviews and extensive global radio play.
In addition to solo playing, Kristen enjoys working as a session cellist for artists like What Time is it, Mr. Fox?, Vance Gilbert, and Irma Thomas. Parisian Sketches (2023), a relaxing collection of multi-layered cello impressions of Paris produced by Grammy Nominee Tom Eaton, is Kristen's second release on the Heart Dance label. She is presently writing her first solo New Age record for cello and harp, to be released in 2023. She is the recipient of several awards and scholarships including Jam Magazine's Female Artist of the Year, and the Zara Nelsova scholarship for excellence in cello playing. Kristen lives on the north shore of Massachusetts with her husband and their son.