Jane Miller is a guitarist, composer, arranger, and author with roots in both jazz and contemporary acoustic guitar worlds. Her first book, Introduction To Jazz Guitar (Berklee Press/Hal Leonard, 2015), is for guitarists of all styles. Her follow-up book, Triads for the Improvising Guitarist (Berklee Press/Hal Leonard), is scheduled for release in 2020. She is a Contributing Editor to Acoustic Guitar Magazine, and is a former monthly columnist for Premier Guitar Magazine. She has also written for Mel Bay publishing company’s on-line magazine, Guitar Sessions, and the Berklee Guitar Department magazine, Open Position.
Jane is a featured guitarist in noted jazz journalist Scott Yanow’s 2013 book The Great Jazz Guitarists: A Complete Guide. The Jane Miller Group has released four CDs, most recently "Boats" in 2018. Her solo guitar recording, called “Three Sides To a Story,” was released in June of 2013.
Jane has performed and conducted master classes and clinics around the world. In addition to leading her own jazz instrumental quartet and performing as a solo jazz guitarist, she has worked in a chamber jazz trio with saxophonist Cercie Miller and bassist David Clark, for which she contributes many compositions. She has been a guest guitarist with SONiA, of disappear fear, traveling and recording with the internationally acclaimed singer-songwriter.
Jane joined the Guitar Department Faculty at Berklee College of Music in 1994, where she is a Professor. She has contributed arrangements for solo guitar to the Guitar Department library, and has performed solo recitals and concerts with her group in the Berklee Performance Center and Recital Halls.
Jane has recorded over 70 video lessons for jamplay.com, providing lessons in jazz guitar.