Bring History to Your Library!

Programs for Adults, Teens, Children, and Families

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Adam Miller has performed live in over 2,000 American libraries in 48 states. One of the premier autoharpists in the world, he has distinguished himself as a master storyteller, and as one of the great interpreters of American folksongs and folktales. An award-winning entertainer who never fails to get his audience singing along, he is that rare performer who appeals to audiences of all ages.

He has dozens of different library programs that help develop active listening skills, and foster a lifelong love of literature, reading, and listening to stories. And they aid in the development of cultural and historical literacy. A performer who enlightens as well as entertains, he points out fascinating connections between events in history and the songs that survived them, emphasizing the importance of history as a story well told.

“He skillfully interweaves songs and the stories behind them, fascinating children and enchanting adults.”

-Bob Jones, Milton-Freewater Public Library, Oregon

“Adam’s wonderful songs, warm personality and depth of knowledge engaged our audience, both young and old. History comes alive!”

-Carol Race, Juneau Pubic Library, Alaska

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“The best program for children we’ve ever had!”

-Vicki Bruce, La Grande Public Library, Oregon

“You’re a natural-born storyteller and have a wonderful rapport with the audience!”

-Kay Kohut, Woodridge Public Library, Illinois