American pianist Kevin J. Miller recently collaborated for recitals with tenor Lawrence Brownlee (Carnegie Hall, Houston Grand Opera), countertenor John Holiday (Kennedy Center, The Barbican in London), tenor Joseph Calleja, and soprano Nadine Sierra (U. S. Supreme Court). He has also appeared with Calleja on NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series. Miller can be heard on the CD Been in da Storm So Long, partnering with baritone Kenneth Overton. The New York native began in music as a boy soprano, singing with the Boys Choir of Harlem, while also studying piano with the late conductor/pianist Warren Wilson. He also played for the choir on international tours. After earning his bachelor’s degree at Mannes College of Music, he received both a master of music degree and an artist diploma in collaborative piano at The University of Michigan. Miller has participated in some of the country’s most prestigious festivals and young-artist apprenticeships, including the Tanglewood Institute of Music, Aspen Summer Music Festival, The Cleveland Art Song Festival, San Francisco Opera’s Merola Opera Program, and the Washington National Opera and Glimmerglass Festival young-artist programs.