Billie Jo Miller actively performs as a collaborative artist and maintains a private piano studio in her home. She received her Bachelor's degree in Music from the University of Illinois in Champaign-Urbana, where she studied with Ian Hobson, and earned her MM in Piano Performance at Carnegie Mellon University under Ralph Zitterbart and David Deveau. She has also studied under Ward Davenny in New Haven, CT, and appeared in masterclasses of Earl Wild.
Ms. Miller served as a studio coach and accompanist at Carnegie Mellon University's School of Music. She has performed with members of the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra, winners of the Pittsburgh Concert Society, and CMU faculty. She worked extensively with the violin studio of Cyrus Forough at Carnegie Mellon University. She has also served as a piano teacher at the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts High School (CAPA) and the CMU Preparatory School.
Currently she lives in the Brighton Heights neighborhood of Pittsburgh's North Side with her husband Mark and her two sons, Kobe and Malachi.