Audrey Miller
Associate Professor of Clarinet/Music, Director of Bands, Music Department Chair
Johnson Fine Arts Center 122
D.M.A., Arizona State University
M.M., Florida State University
B.M., Western Washington University
Dr. Audrey Miller is an associate professor of clarinet at Northern State University in Aberdeen. At Northern, Dr. Miller teaches applied clarinet, music theory and concert band. She regularly participates in community outreach, teaching clarinet workshops to young, aspiring musicians.
Before coming to Northern, Dr. Miller lived in Phoenix, Ariz., where she was an active chamber musician and clarinet teacher to students of all ages. She performed throughout Phoenix area as part of Classical Revolution PHX, Clarinets for Conservation, Kaleidoscope Winds reed quintet, Paradise Winds, and many more.
Dr. Miller had her international debut in Belgium in 2011 and spent the summer of 2013 teaching and performing in Tanzania as a part of Clarinets for Conservation. She has performed around the United States, premiering a work by composer Scott McAllister at the 2012 International Clarinet Association's ClarinetFest in Lincoln, Neb. Audrey recently finished her doctorate of musical arts degree in clarinet performance at Arizona State University, working as a graduate teaching assistant and studying with Dr. Robert Spring and Dr. Joshua Gardner. Her research focused on commissioning new works for clarinet/bass clarinet and other woodwind instruments. She is a graduate of Florida State University with an M.M. degree, where she studied with Frank Kowalsky and earned a B.M. degree from Western Washington University, studying with Eugene Zoro.