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Spring 2015
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Spring is always a busy time in the music world and this spring is no different! Below are the upcoming musical events I am involved in, either as singer or conductor, including one with Evōk (Eclectic Voices of Kingwood) TONIGHT!


From Classical to Contemporary, there is something for everyone - I hope to see you at a concert soon!
 

Interested in booking Todd for a House Concert, Church Concert or Choral Workshop? Limited bookings available beginning in July, 2015. Whether it is his popular “Songs of Love, Hope, and Healing” or a tailored program, he can work with you to create a unique experience.

Evōk Spring ConcertEvok
Friday, March 20, 7:30 p.m.
Good Shepherd Episcopal Church
2929 Woodland Hills Drive, 77339
$10 General Admission (Flyer)
KWBox@LoneStar.edu | 281-312-1709
 
Special House Concert This Weekend
The Lake Houston Musical Arts Society and LSC-Kingwood Music Department cordially invite you to An Evening of Song, Saturday, March 21, 6:00-8:00 p.m.
Graciously hosted by Paul and Sybil Margaritis, 2903 Rocky Woods Drive (Kingwood, 77339). Talented voice students will perform classical and Broadway favorites accompanied by John Cornelius. Special appearance by Todd Miller. Wine and hors d’oeuvres provided by the Kingwood Wine Group.
This concert is a benefit to raise funds for Lone Star College-Kingwood students who are touring French Canada this summer with the Kingwood Chorale.
Tax-deductible donations can be made through the Lake Houston Musical Arts Society (LHMAS.org)
Seating is limited. RSVP to Todd.R.Miller@LoneStar.edu or 281-312-1485 (Flyer)

LSC-Kingwood Concert Choir Spring Concert
Tuesday, March 24, 7:30 p.m.

MUS Recital Hall, LSC-Kingwood
20000 Kingwood Drive, 77339
$5 General Admission (Flyer)
KWBox@LoneStar.edu | 281-312-1709

FPC-KingwoodFPC-Kingwood Chancel Choir and Orchestra present
The Seven Last Words of Christ by Théodore Dubois
Good Friday, April 3, 7:30 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood
5520 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, 77345
Free – All are welcome (Flyer)
FPC-Kingwood.org | 281-360-5555

The Kingwood Chorale presentsLHMAS
“Songs of North America”
Featured artist: John Cornelius, composer/piano.
Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, 7:30 p.m.

First Presbyterian Church of Kingwood
5520 Kingwood Drive, Kingwood, 77345
$20 Adults | $15 Senior/Student | LHMAS.org
This repertoire will be performed on the Chorale’s tour
of Eastern Canada in June.

 
HTMCTuesday, April 21, 10:30 a.m. to Noon
Kate Pogue – “Music in Shakespeare's Plays”

Houston Tuesday Musical Club closes its season with a celebration of the 450th birthday of William Shakespeare, which occurs on April 23, with a program dedicated to the significance of music in his plays.
Kate has directed many of the plays in the canon. She is also the author of two definitive books on Shakespeare’s friends and family. HTMC members will remember Kate as the author of the text of The Lovely Light.
Todd will premiere three songs on Shakespeare texts by Dr. Robert Nelson on this program (with Sonja Bruzauskas, mezzo-soprano).
Emerson Unitarian Church
1900 Bering Drive, Houston, 77057
Free and open to the public | HoustonTuesdayMusicalClub.org

Combined Choirs of
Prairie View A& M University and Lone Star College-Kingwood presents
Carmina Burana by Carl Orff (two piano/percussion version)
Thursday, April 23, 7:30 p.m.

     Dr. Jan Taylor, conductor
     Anne Marie Zmolek, soprano
     Sam Cook, tenor
     Todd Miller, bari-tenor
PAC Theater, LSC-Kingwood
20000 Kingwood Drive, 77339
$10 General Admission | KWBox@LoneStar.edu | 281-312-1709
BHH CD coverLooking for a fun, inexpensive gift for a family member or a friend? Todd's "classical crossover" CD, Bring Him Home, is available for purchase at all of his concerts and all online retailers (Amazon, CDBaby, iTunes, etc.)

“Todd Miller possesses a powerful and expressive vocal instrument that was a joy to witness. His performance in the studio is matched by his commitment to finding the soul of the song.”
Billy Crockett, Recording Artist and Blue Rock Studio Owner
“Todd Miller can best be described by using the words: Artistic – Creative – Engaging. Todd Miller reflects these characteristics through musical contributions to the performing and liturgical arts. Having known Todd for almost twenty years, I’ve observed his continued emergence as a noted conductor and performer. A diversity of choral performances with multiple groups and congregations is a legacy across the northeast Houston community. Vocal presentations in numerous venues attest to his popularity. Todd’s interpretive touch is incomparable. A convergence of talent, knowledge, experience, and gracious demeanor has afforded musical offerings for our enjoyment.”
Reverend B.T. Williamson, Executive
Texas Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church
“Todd Miller's voice is warm and expressive. He sings with musical intelligence, great vocal technique, and from the heart.”
Roger Lamb, Director of Music,
Burbank (CA) First United Methodist Church
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