- Johann Sebastian BACH (1685-1750)
- Toccata and Fugue in E major BWV 566
- Franz LISZT (1811-1886)
- Consolation N°4 in D flat
- Dudley BUCK (1839-1909)
- Concert Variations on "The Last Rose of Summer“
- Louis VIERNE (1870-1937)
- - Hymne au soleil
- - Feux Follets
- (from Pièces de Fantaisie, Suite No.2, Op.53 - Nn. 3 e 4)
- Max REGER (1873-1916)
- (from 12 Stücke, Op.59 - Nr. 11)
- Max REGER (1873-1916)
- Choral Fantasy on "Wachet auf, ruft uns die Stimme“, Op. 52, No. 2.
- A native of Cincinnati, OH, Mitchell Miller is currently studying Konzertexam in the
class of Prof. Nathan Laube at the Hochschule für Musik und Darstellende Kunst Stuttgart,
where he recently completed a Master’s of Organ in the class of Prof. Dr. Ludger Lohmann and a
Master’s of Historical Keyboard Instruments in the studios of Prof. Dr. Ludger Lohmann and
Prof. Jörg Halubek. Before coming to Germany, Mitchell graduated from Oberlin College and
Conservatory with a Bachelor’s of Music in Organ Performance and a Bachelor’s of Arts in
German. He studied organ with James David Christie, harpsichord and continuo with Webb
Wiggins and Mark Edwards, and piano with Jonathan Moyer. Additionally, Mitchell studied
clavichord with David Breitman in the spring of 2015, and with Oberlin’s Distinguished Visiting
Professor of Organ, Marie-Louise Langlais, in the fall of 2012.
Following a year studying in Stuttgart as a Fulbright Scholar, Mitchell was awarded a
first prize in the 2018 Pierre du Manchicourt Organ Competition in St. Omer, France. Previously
he has garnered such honors as receiving first prize in the 2017 Tuesday Musical Scholarship
Competition and the 2017 Cleveland Chapter Quimby Competition for Young Organists, and being one of only five undergraduate organ majors from the US to be selected for the final round of
the 2015 Taylor Organ Competition. In addition to competitions, Mitchell is a frequent participant in master classes, having participated in classes with such esteemed teachers as Olivier Latry, John Grew, Harald Vogel, and Nathan Laube, among others.
An active recitalist in Europe and the United States, Mitchell has performed at notable
venues including the Kallion kirkko (Helsinki, Finland), Tyska Kyrkan (Stockholm, Sweden),
L’eglise Saint-Vaast (Béthune, France), Die Stiftskirche (Stuttgart, Germany), National City
Christian Church (Washington, DC), Church of the Covenant (Cleveland, OH), Church of the Advent (Boston, MA), The Brick Church (New York City, NY), and Musée des Augustins (Toulouse, France).
In addition to repertoire, Mitchell enjoys liturgical music and playing continuo. He was
the Oberlin Sacred Music Intern at the Brick Church in New York City in 2016, participated in
the 2015 Bach Aria Project in Boston, MA, as a continuo player, and was a student intern at the
Church of the Covenant, Cleveland, OH, in 2013, where he worked with Jonathan Moyer.