Organist Aaron David Miller received his Bachelor of Music degree in 1995 from the Eastman School of Music. He earned his master’s degree (1997) and D.M.A. (1999) from the Manhattan School of Music, studying composition and organ performance with McNeil Robinson. In 1996, he won the top prize at the American Guild of Organists’ National Improvisation Competition, and, in 1998, he won the Bach and Improvisation prizes at the Calgary International Organ Festival Competition. Miller has also won awards for his research into medieval and Renaissance organ music. He has given concert recitals and live accompaniments to silent films throughout the United States, and has performed at the Calgary and Los Angeles Bach festivals. Miller participated in the 10th anniversary celebration concert of the Glatter-Götz/Rosales organ at Walt Disney Concert Hall and the 100th anniversary of the Spreckel’s Organ in Balboa Park, San Diego, for which he commissioned a new work. Additional compositions include Sleepy Hollow (for organ and orchestra), and his Concerto for Two Organists. Miller is the Director of Music and Organist at House of Hope Presbyterian Church in St. Paul, Minnesota, and is also a forensic musicologist for Donato Music in Scarsdale, New York.