Tamara Miller-Campbell, soprano, holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Michigan State University and a Master of Music degree from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville, with further graduate study at the University of Michigan and the Conservatorium of Music, Sydney, Australia.
Performance credits include Handel's "Messiah" and Bach's Cantata #202 with the St Louis Symphony, the Faure "Requiem" and Poulenc "Gloria" with the Belleville Philharmonic. She appeared most recently with the University City Symphony and the East Central College combined choirs in a performance of Schubert's "Mass in G" and with the Washington University Symphony Orchestra and combined choirs in a performance of "A Festival Song" by Craig Phillips.
She was honored to appear as guest soloist on the Odyssey Concert Series in Columbia MO in a performance of Schoenberg's landmark piece "Pierrot Lunaire". She serves on the faculties of Washington University and East Central College as an adjunct instructor of applied voice.