Dr. Angela Miller-Niles teaches piano lessons, class in piano, and piano pedagogy and conducts the keyboard ensemble. She also teaches music technology and music history.
She is an active member of the Music Teachers’ National Association, College Music Society and National Federation of Music Clubs and has been a member of the Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society since 2007.
Dr. Miller-Niles maintains an active performing schedule, both as a soloist and collaborative pianist. Recent performances include arts outreach concerts in Boulder, Colo., the 2012 Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards Ceremony, and 2011 Piatagorsky Foundation Colorado Outreach tour. She has won several performance competitions and was awarded teaching assistantships and performance scholarships at Central Michigan University and the University of Colorado.
She has presented at regional conferences of the College Music Society and the National Association of Teachers of Singing.
D.M.A., Collaborative Piano Performance - University of Colorado-Boulder
M.M., Piano Performance - Central Michigan University
B.M., Piano Performance - University of South Dakota
Dr. Miller-Niles' research interests include Latin American music, Spanish song, and African-American classical composers.