Photo: Timothy Miller ’03, who performs “God Bless America” at Braves games at Turner Field is just hitting his stride. “For a tenor, this is when his voice really kicks in, in his early 30s,” Miller said.
Story from the Atlanta Journal Constitution: He was a raw rookie, starting out like so many of the good ones do, in the choir loft.
ANTHONY MILLER FILE
Family: Wife, Iuyana, daughter, Morgan (6), and son, Matthew (4).
Career highlights: Has performed with local, national, and international opera companies. Operatic roles include Monastatos and First Armored Man in Mozart’s “Die Zauberflote,” Street in “The Life and Times of Malcolm X,” and Un Messaggero in “Aida.” In June 2008 he sang the role of Crab Man in critically acclaimed performances of “Porgy and Bess”at the Opera-Comique in Paris and on tour in Luxembourg, Granada, and Normandy. Soloist for the funeral of the late Coretta Scott King, featured performer for the 2011 Georgia gubernatorial inauguration.
Is an adjunct professor of voice and music at Morehouse College.
What he listens to in his car: Sports talk radio; may flip to gospel or classics.
Sports leanings: Grew up a Georgia Tech and San Francisco 49ers fan.