Jean Miller, Soprano
Marcus Miller, Baritone
Amy Tate Williams, piano
Thursday, August 28, 2014
7:00 pm - Ward Hall
Jean Miller graduated with a BA in vocal performance and music education from Pepperdine University. She has taught voice at Lipscomb University and Illinois State University since 1979. In 1995, she founded The Nashville Notes, a concert band for home educated students in the mid-state region, which she directed for 13 years.
Other than voice, Jean’s primary instrument is flute. Her community involvement includes singing in the Woodmont Family of God Choir, performing in and directing musicals at the Antioch Church of Christ and directing an annual musical at the Teen Learning Center, a home school cooperative. She also sings soprano in the Nashville Early Music Ensemble. At Lipscomb, she has taught the Opera Workshop and been the music director for the Theatre Department’s production of “Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.”
Amy Tate Williams
Amy Tate Williams serves as chorus master and accompanist for Nashville Opera, accompanying all productions and promotional events, casting and preparing the opera choruses and coaching principal and apprentice artists. She also serves as opera director for the Tennessee Governor’s School for the Arts.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Western Kentucky University and master’s degrees in piano performance and piano accompanying from Florida State University.