PRINCIPAL FLUTIST OF THE NATIONAL DANISH RADIO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA,
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR OF FLUTE AT THE ROYAL DANISH ACADEMY OF MUSIC
In 1994 Mrs. Miilmann was appointed principal flutist at The Danish National Symphony Orchestra at the age of 22. Since then she has had an extensive career in orchestra and chamber music as well as in teaching.
In 2007 she was a US Grammy nominee in the category ”Best instrumental Soloist Performance with Orchestra” for the recording of Ole Schmidt’s Flute Concerto. Since 2009 she has been part of the flute faculty at The Royal Danish Academy of Music in Copenhagen.
In 2021 she was appointed associate professor of flute at the institution. Mrs. Miilmann has received the Jacob Gade Honorary Award, the Danish Music Critic’s Prize and the Peter Warming Memorial Prize, the latter awarded for her artistic contribution to the Danish National Symphony Orchestra greatly helping the orchestra to reach the high international standard of today. In 2017 she received the largest honorary award in Denmark, The Carl Nielsen Award for her outstanding musicianship and contribution to the Danish music and cultural life for the past 25 years.