Miranda Hill is a double bassist, producer, and educator based in Melbourne. Passionate about bringing experimental music to new audiences, she can be found performing everywhere from concert halls, to sticky carpet pubs, and maybe your own living room.
She is artistic director and founder of experimental music ensemble: 3 shades black; Musical Director of Riff Raff Radical Marching Band; one half of the artistic collaboration Fine Fine Small Mountain, who in 2015 spent 7 months living and working in Yunnan; Octave Pussy: electro-acoustic drum and bass duo with Nat Grant; and with Leah Scholes: The Flying Tapirs, the tastiest theatre-music duo you’ve ever met. She is a core member of BOLT ensemble, Scottish Baroque group the Evergreen ensemble, and The Adam Simmons Creative Music Ensemble.
Professionally, Miranda has worked with many of Australia's symphony, and opera and ballet orchestras; as well as historically informed period performance ensembles. Socially, she loves to play the banjo and ride bicycles.