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The Rodgers Organ

Three Manuals, 39 Stop Organ, Drawknob Console, 282 total voices, Custom Casework, and an audio system of 10 channels.

The Artist – Dan Miller

In considering the scope of Dan Miller’s gifted career, one finds it embraces the entire gamut of musical artistry.  He is internationally renowned as a pianist, organist, harpsichordist and keyboardist, and has a fascination with computer music technology.  He has taught music, conducted choral groups and orchestras, led and facilitated worship in many different settings, and managed large concert productions and music conferences.  He is also respected as an innovative leader in handbells.  Affiliated with ASCAP, Mr. Miller is well known for his composing and arranging, and has several published works to his credit.  He has been seen and heard live in concert and through recordings on radio, television, and the Internet.  He has been the featured solo organist with the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra, the Charlotte Philharmonic Orchestra, the Florida Philharmonic, The King’s Brass, and other ensembles. Mr. Miller holds the distinguished position of Product Manager at Rodgers Instruments LLC, one of the world’s leading organ builders, in Hillsboro, Oregon.

A church organist since age fifteen, Dan Miller has served at several notable churches.  At Calvary Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, he presided over the world’s thirteenth largest pipe organ; at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he served as assistant organist to Diane Bish.  Mr. Miller holds a Church Music Diploma from Moody Bible Institute.  He majored in organ performance at the American Conservatory of Music, holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from Florida Atlantic University, and a Master of Music degree in Organ Performance from Winthrop University.

Mr. Miller has recorded nine organ compact discs, of which some selections have been broadcast on National Public Radio’s “Pipedreams.”  His first CD, The Calvary Organ Dedication, was chosen as “The Organ CD to Die For” by Stereophile magazine in its February 1994 issue.  He continues to enjoy his work with teams and committees as consultant and advisor in designing heroic grand organs of world-class significance and preeminence.