The Roland Hayes Museum Committee proudly presents “Celebrating 135 Years of Roland Hayes” concert with Timothy Miller on Friday June 3, 2022 at 7p.m. We are honored to host this celebration at the Harris Arts Center in the Ratner Theater.
Timothy Miller is an active performer with both national and international credits. Perhaps most widely recognized for his stirring renditions of “God Bless America” during the seventh inning stretch of Atlanta Braves home games, Miller has extended his exposure well beyond the concert stage. Soloist for the 2011 Georgia Gubernatorial Inauguration Ceremony and featured artist in the December 2012 edition of The Atlantan Magazine “Patrons and Players” rounds out a growing list of memorable career highlights. In April 2016, Mr. Miller made his debut with the Georgia Symphony as tenor soloist in Beethoven’s ninth symphony. Featured artist promos for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, and featured artist profiles for The Atlantan Magazine, Georgia EMC Magazine, and My Vinings-Smyrna Magazine round out a growing list of memorable career highlights. In addition to a busy performance schedule, Mr. Miller is also an Assistant Professor of Voice and Music at Morehouse College and serves on the board of the Meridian Herald.
Through your generous support, revenues from ticket sales to this event will benefit the Roland Hayes Museum. Admission to the museum is always free to the public. The Roland Hayes Committee is dedicated to honoring and perpetuating the legacy of this amazing man, the first African American to receive international acclaim on the operatic stage.