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Audrey Miller


Audrey Miller is the Associate Professor of clarinet, director of bands, and department chair at Northern State University in Aberdeen, South Dakota. She has performed as a soloist and chamber musician in Germany, Belgium, Tanzania, and around the United States. Dr. Miller is a Conn-Selmer artist and clinician. Her clinics focus on creating an excitement between the students and their instrument. She works on developing fundamentals like finger position, air support, tone, and embouchure. Once the fundamentals are understood and practiced, she teaches musicianship, creativity, and finding an individual voice. Dr. Miller obtained her Doctorate of Musical Arts in clarinet performance at Arizona State University working as a Graduate Teaching Assistant and studying with Dr. Robert Spring and Dr. Joshua Gardner. She is a graduate of Florida State University with a M.M, where she studied with Frank Kowalsky and earned a B.M. from Western Washington University, studying with Eugene Zoro.