Originally from Kentucky, Tegan Miller is a voice teacher, conductor, music director, and performer. She believes with her whole being that music is for everyone and that everyone can sing.
Tegan is the Founder and Artistic Director of MTC Music Academy, New York’s premier online school for private lessons. Prior to founding her company, Tegan conducted choirs of all ages and levels and was also the Assistant Conductor and professional singer with the innovative chorus, Choral Chameleon. Her most unusual, but memorable choral directing experience to date involved being one of 25 conductors of over 1000 voices in ‘The Public Domain’ project at The Lincoln Center in 2016.
As a Music Director, she most recently directed the off-Broadway hit ‘The Office – the Musical Parody’. As a vocalist, Tegan is a multi-genre performer who has been fortunate enough to sing all over the world, from Carnegie Hall to the Vatican. She was a Semi-Finalist and was awarded the People’s Choice Award at the American Traditions Competition this past February in Savannah, Georgia.
Tegan holds a degree in Music Education from the University of Kentucky and has studied Conducting and Ear Training at Juilliard School of Music and the European American Musical Alliance in Paris. She is currently getting her Masters in Choral Conducting at Simpson College and has attended all three levels of training in Somatic Voicework, the Lovetri Method.™and also received training at the CCM Institute at Shenandoah University.