Randyn Heisserer-Miller is excited to be making his Denver Philharmonic debut this season! He has performed in numerous operas and concerts throughout the United States and Italy. In 2005, he made his Symphony Hall debut singing as tenor soloist in the world premiere of Lowell Liebermann’s A Whitman Oratorio with the Boston Gay Men’s Chorus. Some of his favorite roles include Florestan in Fidelio, Duca in Rigoletto, Rudolpho in La Bohéme, Ideomeneo in Ideomeneo, Nadir in Les pêcheurs de pereles, Duval in New Moon, and Fritz in l’Amico Fritz.
Randyn graduated from the New England Conservatory of Music in 2009 with a Master of Music in Vocal Performance and in 2010 with a Master of Music in Vocal Pedagogy. Previously, he had earned a Bachelor of Music from Oklahoma State University. He performed for two summers in Fidenza, Italy with the Northern Arizona University young artist program. He has studied with Luretta Bybee, Michael Meraw, and most recently, Timothy Schmidt.
Randyn currently lives in Fort Collins, Colorado where he’s an Assistant Professor at Colorado State University.