Multi-instrumentalist Miranda adds some extra colours to the Milo Max experience. From music school to the stage she brings her many instruments, professionalism and cheeky bubbly personality. 


Miranda first picked up a flute at age 11, with sax shortly following. Her love of performing came from playing gigs with her band Juggla Heroes from 2004 – 2006, it gave her the chance to experiment with sounds and gain a grasp of extended techniques and improvisation. She was also helped by the producer Ben Startup who gave her the chance to play with House and Drum and Bass music for the first time, leading to recordings with the Tali Trow Collective in which she featured on two albums.

In 2009 she graduated from the University of Leeds in Popular and World Musics, studying with Jennifer George. Miranda has been a member of the Camden Light Orchestra, show pit bands in the North East, 21st century groups, Cuban Charanga bands, and her own band MindFunk. In the band MindFunk Miranda was the lead singer, flautist and saxophonist gigging regularly around the North East area and also featuring in local recitals. 

Gig credits include:

2012: Performed at 45 Park Lane.
Reeds in West Side Story, Ashcroft Theatre.
Performed at the Royal Festival Hall. 

2011: Runner up in the London Underground Busking Competition, featured on BBC China.
Performed at the Royal Festival Hall.

Nominated for a Spirit of London award for Achievement through Music, making the final 3 out of 5000 nominations.

She met David Cameron and had her performance video shown to a 4000 strong crowd at the Royal Albert Hall.

2009 – 10 : Performing as part of the Mal Hamilton Collective in Australia.
Featured artist as part of the Lewisham Sampler Festival as part of the Guerrilla Gigs. 
Flautist with the rapper Fuse ODG (Azonto). 

In addition to performing in Milo Max Miranda also teaches in a secondary school and does occasional session work for orchestras & a jazz band.

She has been performing in Milo Max since 2011.