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John Miller, a member of the Liturgical Organists Consortium since December of 2004, serves the Archdiocese of Newark as the Director of Music Ministries for the Cathedral Basilica of the Sacred Heart; Music Coordinator for the Office of Worship; and Artistic Director of the Cathedral Concert Series.

Mr. Miller holds a Bachelor Degree of Music, cum Laude, in organ performance and sacred music at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh, where he was the first recipient of the Jean Langlais Sacred Music Award. He graduated from Westminster Choir College (Princeton) with a double Master of Music degree with distinction in organ performance and choral conducting. In 1996 he was awarded the highest honor from the American Guild of Organists with the conferring of the Fellowship Certificate.

In 2001, John was named the "Full-time Pastoral Musician of the Year" by the National Association of Pastoral Musicians at the national convention in Washington, D.C. He is co-author of the publication: A Qualifications Statement and Bibliography for the Parish Musician, published by the National Association of Pastoral Musicians. He is also featured as conductor on the recordings "With Songs of Jubilation" under the GIA label, and "A Christmas Carol Sing" under the Pro Organo label. As a frequent recitalist and clinician, John has maintained a busy schedule of concerts and workshops and is a frequent speaker in the field of liturgial music. His European performances have taken him to Rome, Venice, Leipzig, Prague, Salzburg, and Vienna.