Kenneth Miller is Assistant Professor of Church Music and Organist and Choirmaster of the Chapel of the Apostles at the School of Theology at the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. There, he leads daily worship from the organ bench, directs two choirs, and teaches classes on hymnody, chant, and sacred music to seminarians. Before joining the faculty in Sewanee, he served as Associate Organist-Choirmaster at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, South Carolina, and Instructor of Organ at the University of South Carolina. He holds degrees in organ and church music from Lenoir-Rhyne University, where he studied with Florence Jowers and Paul Weber, and the Yale School of Music and Institute of Sacred Music, where he studied with Martin Jean and Thomas Murray. In addition to teaching, he maintains an active schedule as a choral accompanist, continuo player, and recitalist, specializing in late-Romantic repertoire (particularly Max Reger and Franz Schmidt) and the large-scale cycles of J.S. Bach (most recently, several performances of The Art of Fugue).
The Regina Holmen Fryxell and Patricia Schad Leege Endowed Chapel Organist