Miriam talks with Variety about lobbying for the new Emmy Documentary Catagory!
Miriam recently had the opportunity to sit down and discuss her work with Pop Disciple.
Miriam’s 'Ethel' Suite (from the documentary film, ETHEL about Ethel Kennedy) will be performed on July 6th, 2019 as part of an orchestral concert at Huntington Gardens, MOVING/PICTURES: Celebrating America’s film scores as the language of imagination.
Miriam will have 2 pieces performed in the orchestral concert, Women Warriors: The Voices of Change, a cultural tour de force whose time has come!
Miriam just completed teaching a Spring Semester Film Scoring Class at the Herb Alpert School of Music at California Institute of the Arts (CalArts).
In the past 4 months, Miriam has presented her “Music Story Telling” Workshops at UCLA, Chapman University, and CNN.
'Can We All Get Along?: The Segregation of John Muir High School' Scored by Miriam, has recieved the Award of Excellence from the Accolade Global Film Competition and the Depth of Field International Film Festival, Best Shorts Competition.
Miriam has several upcoming projects in the works which include, 'Flannery,' 'Emily @ the Edge of Chaos,' and 'Not Carol.'
Join Miriam Cutler for BRAVISSIMA! A live music, dance and brunch event with an exceptional panel of gifted and successful musicians on April 7, at The Braid.
Miriam will join fellow composers Kathryn Bostic, Laura Karpman, Starr Parodi, Heather McIntosh and Amie Doherty for the Women in Film Speaker Series Panel FEMALE COMPOSERS IN FILM: BALANCING THE SCALE on Wed, March 27 at 7pm.
“Dark Money,” scored and co-produced by Miriam Cutler was named one of the 9 Best Documentaries About the Political System by IndieWire.