Independence Day Weekend Concert

Independence Day Weekend Concert

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Dan Miller is internationally renowned as an organist with an extensive concert schedule. He has also taught music, conducted choral groups and orchestras, led and facilitated worship in many different settings, and managed large concert productions and music conferences.

A church organist since age fifteen, Dan Miller has served at several notable churches.  At Calvary Church in Charlotte, North Carolina, he presided over the world’s thirteenth largest pipe organ (Moller 5 manuals/205 ranks with 11,499 pipes); at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, he served as assistant organist to Diane Bish.  Currently Dan is the Organist for St. Matthew Lutheran Church and a Guest Organist for Bethel Congregational Church, both in Beaverton, Oregon, and a Guest Organist for Rose City Park United Methodist Church, in Portland. He also serves many churches nationwide as Guest Organist for their worship services.

Please enjoy Dan’s Independence Day Weekend Concert at Rose City Park United Methodist Church

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