Adjunct Professor of Music, Keyboard and Collaborative Piano
Tammy Miller has been a part of the Stetson community since her undergraduate degree and highly enjoys accompanying many of Stetson's performance groups.
- B.A., Stetson University
- M.A., University of Central Florida
- Cultural and Political Ecology
- Internship in Earth Science
- Internship in Geographic Information Systems
- Environmental Management Internship
- Honors First-Year Seminar - "Enduring Questions"
Areas of Expertise
- Climate change policy
American pianist and collaborative artist Tammy Miller has made a career out of her passion. An avid teacher and member of the Stetson University School of Music faculty since 2002, Miller teaches Functional Keyboard, Collaborative Keyboard, Chamber Music, and Piano. She regularly collaborates with faculty, guest artists, and the university’s talented students. As the pianist for the Concert Choir and the Stetson Women’s Chorale, she has traveled throughout the United States, accompanying these ensembles for both regional and national appearances. She also accompanies the Stetson Men, the Choral Union, and Inspirare.
As a festival accompanist, Tammy has delighted in performing with many distinguished choral conductors, including Anton Armstrong (St. Olaf), Craig Jessop (Mormon Tabernacle), Alan Raines (Baylor), and others. She can be heard collaborating with Stetson’s choral ensembles on A Candlelight Tradition and Life’s Loveliness - both on the Clear Note label.
A proud alumnus of Stetson University, she has the esteemed privilege of being the longest-serving member of the Concert Choir (four years during her undergrad and the past 15 as their accompanist).
In addition to her work at the university and maintaining a private studio, Miller serves as the Director of Music at Orange City United Methodist Church.
Former teachers include: Dr. Michael Rickman, Laurent Boukobza, and Mary Gae George. She is a member of Pi Kappa Lambda, Music Teacher’s National Association, The Volusia County Music Teacher’s Association, and is honored to have been selected as the faculty advisor for the Eta Pi chapter of SAI.