Music Director Todd Miller has served First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood since 2010 and oversees a robust program that seeks to glorify God with excellent music from both contemporary and classical composers from various ages in music history. With his musical colleagues on staff and a devoted group of committed volunteer singers, Miller has been privileged to conduct a variety of music in worship, from new compositions of composer-in- residence John Cornelius and Steinway artist Paul English to classic choral-orchestral music like Fauré’s Requiem, Handel’s Messiah, Rutter’s Magnificat and Requiem, Vaughan Williams’ Fantasia on Christmas Carols and Robert Ray’s Gospel Mass.
A classically trained tenor, Miller has a broad range of solo performance experience with the Houston Symphony, Da Camera Society, Miller Outdoor Theater and many others. He has conducted and sung in Carnegie Hall multiple times, and continues to perform in the greater Houston area and beyond. His crossover album entitled Bring Him Home is available on i-tunes, Amazon, and other online retailers.
Dr. Miller is Professor of Music and Chair of Visual and Performing Arts at Lone Star College-Kingwood. He conducts the Concert Choir, the chamber choir Evōk, and the Kingwood Chorale and Chamber Orchestra.
Miller holds the Doctor of Musical Arts degree in voice performance and conducting from the University of Houston. He also holds vocal performance degrees from the University of Louisville and the University of Arizona, and attended the School of Church Music at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary. www.toddmillermusic.net.