Amos Miller, Principal Trombone, started playing the trombone at the age of nine, with John Berry. He studied at Oxford University and the Royal Academy of Music, learning with Eric Crees, Denis Wick and Ian Bousfield. He was principal trombone of the National and European Youth Orchestras. He completed the Jazz course at the Banff Center for the Arts in Canada and upon leaving the RAM was awarded the Meaker Fellowship. He joined the RBS in 2003 and has worked as Guest Principal Trombone with all the major London Orchestras, the CBSO, BBC National Orchestra of Wales, English Chamber Orchestra, Academy of St Martin in the Fields, London Sinfonietta, the Orchestra of the Age of Enlightenment and several ensembles abroad. He teaches for the Royal Air Force and St Paul's School, as well as for the education departments of the English Chamber Orchestra, LSO and BRB. He is the author of several educational pieces for Trombone, a trustee of the Clarence Myerscough and Christopher Horn trusts and is an Associate of the Royal Academy of Music.