Dr. Dale Miller is in his eleventh year as Director of Choral Activities at Arkansas State University. Twenty-four of his thirty-five years of teaching choral music were spent in Texas in high schools, at Kilgore (TX) College, and at Texas Tech University, where he was the winner of the DeVitt-Jones Fellowship in music. Dr. Millerís choirs have performed in Carnegie Hall four times, on four international tours, and for state and divisional music conventions. He has conducted professional orchestras in Poland, Wales, Mexico City, New York, and Texas. Dr. Miller has served as a clinician and adjudicator in choral and vocal contests and festivals in Arkansas, Missouri, Tennessee, Oklahoma, and Texas. Dr. Miller has held professional memberships in NASM, AASM, NATS, ACDA, ACDA Arkansas, ArkCDA, TAMS, TMEA, TCDA, TMAA, and is co-advisor of the Omicron Omega chapter of Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, music fraternity. Dale and his wife Nancy, an elementary music teacher in Jonesboro, AR, have four children and five grandchildren.
Arkansas State University Choirs