Kenneth Miller is Assistant Professor of Church Music and Organist and
Choirmaster of the Chapel of the Apostles of the School of Theology of the
University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee. There, he teaches classes on
music and theology, leads music in daily chapel services, and conducts the
seminary's choirs. Before coming to Sewanee, he served as associate organist-
choirmaster at Trinity Cathedral, Columbia, and as instructor of organ at the
University of South Carolina. He studied organ and church music at Lenoir-
Rhyne University with Florence Jowers and Paul Weber, and the Yale Institute of
Sacred Music with Martin Jean and Thomas Murray.

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