Jeannie Miller is a nationally recognized and award-winning soprano who is passionate about sharing her music with audiences and inspiring young vocalists to find joy through the art of singing. Throughout high school, Jeannie competed and placed in several national vocal competitions including the Classical Singer Competition, the National Society of Arts and Letters, the Schmidt Youth Vocal Competition, and the National YoungArts Foundation, and went on to receive Texas Christian University’s prestigious Chancellor’s Scholarship in Music. She graduated Summa Cum Laude with a Bachelor’s of Music degree in Vocal Performance from TCU’s School of Music and is currently pursuing her Master’s of Music degree in Vocal Pedagogy at TCU under Twyla Robinson.
During her undergrad, Jeannie had the pleasure of performing some of her dream roles, including Mary Poppins, Cinderella in Into the Woods, Christine Daae inPhantom, and Micaela in La Tragédie de Carmen.
In addition to performing on stage, in competitions, and for special events, Jeannie has taught in the DFW area for the past five years and enjoys teaching both classical and CCM singing styles. When she’s not teaching, studying vocal pedagogy, or performing, she enjoys composing and arranging music, playing piano, painting, swing dancing, writing, and spending time with her friends and family.