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Joshua Sam Miller
Sounds of the Ocean

Joshua Sam Miller is a sound and visual artist, mindful music producer and ocean conservationist based in Berlin, Germany. He strives to reduce stress in people’s lives by building connection back to the natural world through sound. Joshua grew up playing clarinet, but really wanted to play drums, so now he does both and mixes ambient percussion with melody to transport listeners to a deep state of rest. Joshua has shared his experience with sound as a meditative tool at festivals, universities, conferences, yoga studios and retreat centers in the United States, Australia, Bali, Central America and across Europe. He also hosts The Embodied Sounds podcast, to discover how music and sound can help improve our mental, physical, emotional and spiritual health.

Joshua’s work has supported organizations such as Ocean Conservation Research, Innoceana, Thalassian, Oceanic Global, 4Ocean and the Sustainable Ocean Alliance. Most recently, Joshua was invited to share his work at COP 26 in Glasgow, to help attendees connect with marine life through sound. In 2020, Joshua’s work was accepted as part of the International Year of Sound as mobilized by the International Commission for Acoustics. He has appeared at the NAMM Show, Bhakti Fest, Garbicz Festival, Agape Zoe and has participated in over 100 workshops at iconic venues such as UCLA, UCSC, Grace Cathedral and Burning Man. He is driven by passion to raise environmental awareness by curating immersive sound and visual experiences in support of ocean conservation work around the world.

Sounds of the Ocean is a mindful journey to listen & connect with marine life in support of ocean conservation. Come join us on a sound journey beneath the sea combining recordings of whales, dolphins and other marine life with live instruments including clarinet, saxophone, singing bowls, melodic percussion and vocals. This offering supports stress reduction and improves mental health, leaving participants in a deeply restful state. We raise awareness around the importance of protecting the oceans and fundraise for non-profit organizations around the world. Total Length: 60-90 Minutes