Kyla Matsuura-Miller is a violinist and educator based in Melbourne, Australia. In 2017 she toured with the ACO Collective as an Emerging Artist, and has enjoyed an ongoing relationship since then. From 2015-2018 Kyla was a student at the prestigious National Academy of Music. Solo and chamber highlights of her time at ANAM have included playing in collaboration with Brett Dean, Richard Tognetti and Lawrence Power. Amongst numerous prizes and scholarships she was the 2016 recipient of the Audience Choice and Best Sonata prizes at the Kendall National Violin Competition, grand prize winner of the MRC Great Romantics competition and the 2017 Richard Pollett Memorial Award. In 2018 was awarded the Gwen Nisbet scholarship, the most prestigious prize for leaving students at the end of her time at ANAM.
In 2020 and 2021, before COVID-19 rudely interrupted, she had been deeply immersed in chamber music with the newly formed Rathdowne quartet, as well as appearing as guest violinist with Inventi Ensemble and Syzygy Ensemble.