The North Dakota State University Concert Choir has a rich and distinguished tradition of performing the highest quality choral literature at the highest level of artistry.
Under Jo Ann Miller's direction, the choir has performed at several state and regional music conventions. In March 2001 they performed at the national choral directors convention in San Antonio, following a highly-competitive blind audition process.
The 60-voice choir rehearses every day and performs several concerts a year on campus in addition to annual spring tours. The choir has produced more than 30 recordings, including eight compact discs.
Miller has been director of choral activities since 1989. Miller received her undergraduate musical training at NDSU, where she studied with noted choral composer and arranger, Edwin Fissinger. She holds a master's degree from the University of North Dakota and a doctorate in choral conducting from the University of Cincinnati-College Conservatory of Music.