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Mayor Rahm Emanuel's personal letter of congratulations to Michael.  Click here!

"Miles is Chicago's best kept secret...one of the leading lights of contemporary instrumental music." 
- Midwest Record

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ExistentialBanjo.com

10 LIVE VIDEO CLIPS with some of the world's greatest musicians--Darol Anger on violin, Corky Siegel on harmonica, Erkan Ogur of Turkey and many more. 

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New Releases

A-sides CD

Fingerstyle guitar with Darol Anger on violin 

 

Two New Hal Leonard books

BOB DYLAN FOR BANJO

 

FIRST 50 SONGS
To Play on the Banjo 
(co-written with Greg Cahill)

 

CD's On Sale

 

 

 

Upcoming Dates

PAST PERFORMANCE VENUES INCLUDE...

Royal Opera Theatre, Marakesh • American University, Beirut • Seamus Ennis Centre, Dublin • Harris Theatre, Chicago • Sage Gateshead, UK • Johnny Keenan Banjo Festival, Ireland • Milwaukee Rep Theatre • Ravinia Festival • Beni Mellal Theatre, Casablanca • Old Town School of Folk Music • Winnipeg Folk Festival • Philadelphia Folk Festival • WRTI Crossover • WFMT Midnight Special • Smithsonian Institution • Kennedy Center for Performing Arts • Chicago Humanities Festival

Monday, July 16th, 2018

IMMEDIATE GUITAR & UKULELE SKILLS
1615 Stanley Street
New Britain, CT 06050
(860)832-3200

This is a week long class (July 16-20) for music teachers at Central CT State University.   Do you want to use these instruments in your classroom, but don't know exactly how to make that happen? Take this class and you will. Michael Miles has helped hundreds of music teachers do exactly that.  No experience necessary. 

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

FROM SENEGAL TO SEEGER - 7:30
71 East Yale Ave
Denver, CO 80210
(303) 777-1003
Price: $25

From Senegal to Seeger is Michael J. Miles' acclaimed one-man show featuring musical and written works of Pete Seeger, Carl Sandburg, Woody Guthrie, Walt Whitman, Johann Sebastian Bach, Mark Twain and others.

"Highly recommended….an exhilarating, musical and multi-dimensional journey….a provocative political and social history of America." 
     - Hedy Weiss, Chicago Sun-Times