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Rhea Miller, soprano

Rhea Miller is currently an Adjunct Voice Professor at Southern Utah University in Cedar City and a Vocal Instructor at The Piano Place in St. George, Utah. Her students focus on Art Song, Classical, Jazz, Musical Theater, Popular Voice, and Ensemble Singing.

Dr. Miller assists her students in developing composition, musicianship, and performance techniques required for prestigious university music programs and competitions such as the Young Arts National Arts Competition, National Association of Teachers of Singing Competition (NATS), Southern Utah Performing Arts Festival, and Utah Solo/Ensemble Festival.


​Dr. Miller graduated from Arizona State University with her Doctor of Musical Arts in May 2016 and was the Soprano Teaching Artist for Arizona Opera's 2013-2016 seasons. In addition to making her opera debut as Papagena in Arizona Opera's production of Mozart's The Magic Flute in 2015, Dr. Miller has performed with numerous opera companies and symphonies around the United States and Europe.