Squires Recital Salon at Virginia Tech
February 2020


Photo Credit: Music on the Hill in Rhode Island (MotH) / June 2019


Talking in Toronto with arts journalist and music educator Peter K. Mose and the audience
January 2017


At the onset of the global pandemic, we quickly set out to perform a series of livestream concerts on Facebook from our living room in Toronto. All three events attracted hundreds of viewers in both Canada and the U.S.

Comments from Our Audience:

‘S Wonderful!… ‘S Marvelous!… ‘S Millar Piano Duo! / March 2020

“Utterly seamless between the two of you – like one four-handed artist!”

“Masterfully played…as usual!”

Foray into Fauré / April 2020

“Very skillful playing – thank you for celebrating Fauré!”

“Such flexibility and sensitivity to each other and the music!”

Bringing Back the Barber / May 2020

“Beautiful arrangement! Thank you!”

“Great performance! Just as I envisioned it.” Composer, Frank Horvat


Ensemble Master Class for ORMTA Central Toronto Branch
Canadian Music Centre / March 2019


Musicians Gregory Millar and Lisa Raposa (Millar Piano Duo) and Rhode Island-based artist Antonietta Kies come together in an original show of music and images.Inspired by Scriabin’s late-Romantic oeuvre (op. 11) and a familial sense of connection to music for the piano, Kies exhibits twenty-four brand-new painted “poetics”. On-screen projections of this evocative collection of landscapes and symbols are played along with the music, rendered live by Raposa. The event comes full-circle with Millar in a performance of the Twenty-four Preludes, op. 28 by Chopin. Part art opening, part concert: allow yourself to partake in this synesthetic experience of sound transformed by light.
Debut Performance: Heliconian Hall in Toronto / November 2019