Gregory Miller

Conducting Scholar

Gregory Miller is a music educator, conductor, and tenor vocalist based in Cincinnati, Ohio. Miller currently serves as Director of Choirs at the Cincinnati Country Day School, where he directs classroom and extracurricular ensembles of students in grades 5-12. He also serves as the Assistant Choirmaster of the Episcopal Church of the Redeemer Cincinnati and the Apprentice Conductor of Cincinnati Musica Sacra. Miller served as conductor of the University of Cincinnati Juncta Juvant Tenor/Bass Chorus for the 2021-2022 academic year, as well as the Richard W. Wesp Assistant Conductor of the Cincinnati Youth Choir from 2019-2021.

As a vocalist, Miller has taken part in a variety of solo and ensemble experiences. While pursuing his undergraduate degrees, he performed numerous operatic roles, including the titular Albert Herring in Britten’s Albert Herring, and Gabriel von Eisenstein in Die Fledermaus. As an ensemble performer, Miller has performed with numerous ensembles across the United States, including the CCM Chamber Choir, the Spoleto Festival USA Chorus, the Cincinnati Opera Chorus, the Bach Ensemble of St. Thomas, and Cincinnati Coro Volante.

Miller holds dual Bachelor degrees in Voice Performance and Music Education from the University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM), as well as a Master’s degree in Choral Conducting from CCM. He has studied voice under Mary Stucky and Daniel Weeks, and studied conducting under Dr. Joe Miller, Dr. L. Brett Scott, and Robyn Lana.