With a soprano voice “possessing indescribable height of emotion” (Charleston Today), Kori Miller is an emerging artist poised to take to the world’s operatic and choral stages. “Obviously talented and comfortable on stage” (Charleston Today), Miller is widely recognized for her charismatic characterization and “hauntingly beautiful notes” (Post and Courier).

She has enjoyed extensive success both as an active concert artist, most recently singing Handel’s Messiah with Irving Symphony Orchestra, as well as a professional choral singer. Her engagements include performances with ensembles such as Conspirare, Cincinnati’s Vocal Arts Ensemble (VAE), VOCES8 Scholars, Orpheus Chamber Singers, Dallas Bach Society, Verdigris Ensemble, Incarnatus, Taylor Festival Choir, and Franklin Chamber Choir.

In addition to concert and choral work, Miller was recently seen in title role of Apolo in Durón’s Apolo y Dafne with Orchestra of New Spain (2023), Blanche in UNT Opera’s production of A Streetcar Named Desire by André Previn (2023), and Eve in Melani’s “Il Fratricidio di Caino” at the Oloumuc Baroque Festival in the Czech Republic (2022).

Hailing from Charleston, South Carolina, Miller is currently based in Denton, Texas where she is completing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree with a related field in opera performance and vocal pedagogy at the University of North Texas. She is currently serving as a Teaching Fellow and studying under internationally renowned pedagogue Dr. Stephen Austin.