Andrew Miller is an accomplished choral conductor, clinician, vocalist, composer, arranger and educator. Miller recently won first prize in the 2013 NDSU Edwin Fissinger National Choral Composition Contest with his setting of “The Tyger.” A native of MN, Andy graduated from Brainerd High School in 2001, earned a bachelor’s degree in K-12 vocal music education from Bemidji State University in 2006, and a master’s degree in choral conducting from Minnesota State University-Mankato in 2010. Between degrees, Andy taught K-12 vocal music in Long Prairie MN during the 2007-08 school year. In 2007 he founded the Minnesota-based professional vocal ensemble, From Age to Age, which performed across the upper-Midwest and gained national recognition. In Fall 2010, Miller moved to Bismarck, ND to accept the position of director of choral activities at Bismarck State College (BSC). In September of 2012, Andy started ND’s newest (and only) professional vocal chamber ensemble, Inspiraré. Currently the director of choral activities at BSC, Andy directs the Concert Choir, Women’s Ensemble and Chamber Singers, and teaches Choral Conducting, Aural Skills, and Music Appreciation. He is an active member of ACDA, and is the NDACDA R&S chair of student and youth activities. Miller accepts several commissions annually from across the country, writing for a wide range of choir types, abilities, and voicings.
Andrew Miller has 7 titles published with Santa Barbara.
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