Kathryn Miller, organist
Kathryn received her Bachelor of Music degree in organ performance from The Ohio State University.  She earned her Master of Music degree from the University of Cincinnati, College-Conservatory of Music in organ performance.  While attending CCM she was on a full accompanying scholarship working in the studios of Andrew White and Patricia Berlin.  While serving on Adjunct Faculty at Youngstown State University in the early 1980s Kathryn received her Bachelor of Engineering degree majoring in Industrial Engineering
Kathryn is currently College Organist at Westminster College in New Wilmington, Pennsylvania teaching organ, piano, accompanying class and sacred music courses.  She is on the adjunct faculty of Youngstown State University working in the choral department.  At Westminster Presbyterian Church in Boardman, Kathryn serves as Director of Music/Organist directing the adult choir, children’s bell choir, and adult bell choir.  She also serves as Organist/Director at Congregation Rodef Sholom in Youngstown.  She has over thirty years of accompanying experience in the tri-county area of Ohio and throughout Western Pennsylvania.