The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Performing Arts at the World Trade Center
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts - Concert Hall
Wheaton College, Conservatory of Music
Northwestern University, School of Communications Audiology Clinic
Lyric Opera of Chicago
Alaska Center for the Performing Arts
Haverford College, Visual Culture, Arts and Media
Friends School, Visual and Performing Arts Building
The Tower at PNC Plaza
Atlanta Symphony Hall, Woodruff Arts Center
Chicago Bears Football, Halas Hall
Chamberlain Group Headquarters
Gregory A. Miller, PE, INCE, Principal
Greg first learned that concert halls didn’t just happen from his high school orchestra instructor, a musician in the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra who participated in the initial tuning of Meyerhoff Hall in the early 80’s. As a violinist playing with youth orchestras around Baltimore, Greg was smitten by the stories and the wonder of the process - by age 16 he had figured out that his future would be steeped in acoustics. To appease his skeptical parents, however, he initially followed a more identifiable path, leading to a degree in Mechanical Engineering from The Cooper Union.
Greg prevailed, landing at Cerami & Associates right after school, staying there for five years before moving on to Talaske where, over nine years, he consulted on a number of projects of international renown. He co-founded Pin Drop Acoustics in 2010, building a loyal following before joining Threshold in 2012. He has been an invited lecturer at the Illinois Institute of Technology, Judson University, City University of New York, the Acoustical Society of America, and the United States Institute of Theatre Technology.