About Allie

Brief Biography

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Allie Miller is currently a section violinist in the Richardson Symphony Orchestra and Plano Symphony Orchestra, and is the concertmaster, orchestra manager, and orchestra librarian at First Baptist Dallas.  A Nationally Certified Teacher of Music in Violin (NCTM) of the Music Teachers National Association (MTNA), she is also an active violin instructor, and enjoys freelance performing and studio recording around the Dallas / Fort Worth metroplex.  Previous work experiences include being an adjunct music professor at Tarrant County College, serving as the orchestra librarian at the Blair School of Music, and interning with the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, among others.

 

Allie graduated with a Bachelor of Music degree in violin performance and music history and literature from Vanderbilt University in 2017, and then went on to receive a Master of Music degree in violin performance from Texas Christian University in 2019, where she was a graduate teaching assistant to Dr. Elisabeth Adkins, and was invited to join the Gamma Epsilon chapter of the national music honors society, Pi Kappa Lambda.  A native Texan, Allie graduated with honors from Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts in 2013, and lives in Dallas with her husband, a cellist, composer, and church music director.

 

Allie currently plays a 2001 Todd Goldenberg violin made in Boston, Massachusetts.