Collin Miller, winner of the 2021 Poister Competition Winner, performs works by Bach, Vierne, Demessieux, and Duruflé.
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Collin Miller is a second-year master’s student studying organ performance with Dr. Janette Fishell at the Indiana University Jacobs School of Music, the institution from which he also received his bachelor’s degree. A native of Lafayette, Louisiana, Collin began taking organ lessons in his freshman year of high school, studying with Tom Neil, and subsequently held church positions at Northwood Methodist Church and The Episcopal Church of the Ascension in Lafayette. He currently serves as organ scholar at Christ Church Cathedral Indianapolis. A frequent competitor, he has won first prizes at the 2017 Southwest AGO RCYO competition and the 2021 Poister Competition and was a finalist in the 2021 St. Albans International Organ Competition. He is a recipient of the Barbara and David Jacobs Fellowship, the highest scholarship offered to JSOM graduate students. In 2019 he was featured as one of the Diapason magazine’s “20 under 30.” An avid performer of neglected and challenging repertoire, he was the first American organist to perform any of the organ solo music of Kaikhosru Shapurji Sorabji.
This event was published on September 10, 2021.