Glenn Miller, Basso Profundo
Glenn Miller is well-known throughout the country for his unique basso profundo voice. He performs and tours regularly with Conspirare, the Austin, Texas based professional chamber choir, as well as with many other leading ensembles, including Vox Early Music Ensemble, Ann Arbor, the Choir of Men and Boys of St. Thomas Church, New York City, and the Santa Fe Desert Chorale. Additional choral credits include the Robert Shaw Festival Singers, the Choir of St. Paul’s Cathedral, London, the New York Choral Artists, and the Salt Lake City Choral Artists.
He has been involved in many recording projects with significant basso profundo parts, including two recordings of the Rachmaninoff Vespers, one with the Robert Shaw Festival Singers under the direction of Robert Shaw and one with the Choir of St. Thomas Church, New York City under the direction of John Scott, and a recording of the La Rue Requiem by Vox Early Music Ensemble which won the American Musicological Society’s Noah Greenberg Award.
As a vocal soloist he has performed under Robert Shaw with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra and the St. Louis Orchestra.
He is also Director of Music and Organist at Kirk in the Hills, Bloomfield Hills, MI, where he directs an extensive program which includes a professional adult choir, boys and girls’ choirs, and a concert series.
Click here to hear Mr Miller sing part of Chesnokov's Memorial Service.