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Brett Miller was the youngest of the three finalists in the American Theatre Organ Society's Young Organist Competition in June 2018.  He has attended and performed organ concerts and silent films for the past seven years around the Pennsylvania, New Jersey and New York areas as well as Chicago and Boston.  He recently performed for the 35 mm Film Fest Awards Program honoring the Library of Congress and their work.  Along with his brother he founded musicalpromise.org, a musical initiative to help fund the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
        Brett received the White House Student Film Festival honorable mention for a film featuring this community service work.  Brett was also the recipient of the Kohl's Care, Prudential Spirit of Community Awards as well as the Music and Spirit award for his high school and marching band.  He is a member of the Philadelphia Youth Orchestra Organization where he was a runner up in the Philadelphia Young Artist Orchestra Concerto Competition.  He also performs in his high school band and jazz ensemble where he was recognized at the Cavalcade Champions as a superior soloist.  He has been featured as a pianist at the Pennsylvania District Orchestra and last October at the New York All State Band and Orchestra ensemble.  Aside from music, he enjoys travelling, biking, skiing and spending time with family and friends.  He studies under Jelani Eddington and has played as a featured organist at his church in Bucks County (PA), Rahway, The Colonial, Union County Performing Arts, Lowe's Jersey Theater in Jersey City, the Brooks Performing Arts Center, Allen Organ in Chicago, Hutchinson Organ in Georgia and the Trenton War Memorial.  Last fall he opened for the sold-out appearance of George R.R. Martin, author of the Game of Thrones and on New Year's Eve was featured on the Moller with the Capital Philharmonic at the Trenton War Memorial.  He was featured on PBS' State of the Arts as well in the Philadelphia Inquirer We the People for his organ accompaniment and preservation of silent films.  Most recently he performed a recital for the ESports Travel Summit on the Historic Pipe Organs at Boardwalk Hall.
        Brett is thrilled to be returning to EMCATOS performing on the Wurlitzer at Babson College.