Twenty-one year old Miguel Roberts comes from Bastrop, Texas just outside of Austin. He studied classical piano and baroque recorder at the age of 9. He began his studies in classical saxophone at the age of 12. By the age of 17, he began his studies in score analysis and commenced his directing career. Miguel has played, sang, and directed many ensembles in Bastrop, Austin, and San Antonio including wind ensembles, concert bands, and numerous church choirs. He made is debut as a professional director in a winter concert with the Alamo City Men's Choral.
Miguel Roberts studied classical voice, as well as saxophone, piano, guitar, and oboe, at the University of St. Mary's University of San Antonio. He guest conducted in many university concerts, including a collaboration of STMU's concert choir and band in Carl Orff's "O Fortuna" from Carmina Burana. During the 3 years he attended St. Mary's he was involved in the Opera Workshop class, where he played the leading roles of Prison Warden Frank in Strauss's Die Fledermaus, and Major General Stanley in The Pirates of Penzance, by Gilbert and Sullivan. Miguel is expected to continue his education in the spring of 2014, where he will be attending Texas State University in San Marcos Texas.
Miguel teaches beginner piano and voice at the academy, as well as theory. He also serves as the academy Program Director. Currently, Miguel is a baritone/tenor soloist at Christ Lutheran Church of Alamo Heights, and is a member of the Conspirare Symphonic Choir, under the direction of world renown Craig Hella Johnson.