Greg Milliren

Milwaukee native Greg Milliren is Associate Principal Flute, Henrietta Rauenhorst Chair, with the Minnesota Orchestra. He has performed as guest principal flute with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, and has performed with the Boston Symphony, the Chicago Symphony, the San Francisco Symphony, the Santa Barbara Chamber Orchestra, the Riverside Philharmonic, the Spoleto USA Festival, the New World Symphony, the National Orchestral Institute, the Las Vegas Music Festival, The Minnesota Chamber Music Society, as well as many regional orchestral and chamber music ensembles. He was soloist with the Bloomington Symphony Orchestra, performing the Christopher Rouse Flute Concerto, and was a prize-winner at the National Flute Association’s Young Artist Competition.

Greg earned his Master’s Degree under James Walker at the University of Southern California, and earned his undergraduate degree at the University of Minnesota, studying with Julia Bogorad-Kogan and Immanuel Davis. Other influential teachers include Adam Kuenzel, Heather Clark, and Sarah Jackson.