Miller Music School

Miller Music School has been providing lessons in piano, voice and violin since 2013. We have a reputation for high quality lessons that are motivating and inspiring which has made us highly sought-after in the Renton area. Our private lessons offer a custom and efficient learning experience. Included in all of our music lessons are two semi-annual formal recitals and a Master Class. We also provide training for MTNA adjudications and Royal Conservatory Music Development examinations. Miller Music School is a Founding School for the Royal Conservatory Music Development Program

Our students learn on our beautiful, professional Baldwin grand piano. We also have a top of the line Yamaha Arius for students to warm-up on while waiting before and after lessons.

Christine Miller | BM | NCTM - Piano and Violin


My name is Christine, and I absolutely LOVE to teach music to all ages and levels! I started playing piano, violin and singing at a young age and believe that anyone can learn and enjoy music.

I'm a versatile music educator and have taught music lessons professionally for over ten years in public and private schools, locally and internationally, and for group and private settings. I've enjoyed teaching and performing with all sorts of groups including university symphony orchestras, chamber groups, churches, weddings, nursing homes and even volunteering in youth detention centers. Notable music venues that I've performed at are Benaroya Hall in Seattle and Arlene Schnitzer in Portland. Music is my passion and I can't wait to share it with others!

I graduated Summa Cum Laude from Pacific Lutheran University (on Music Scholarship) with a Bachelor in Music Composition. I've had the privilege of studying under Dr. Oksana Ezhokina (piano), Dr. Jane Harty (piano), Dr. Svend Ronning (violin), Dr. Gregory Youtz (composition), Dr. Jeffrey Bell-Hanson (violin/orchestra) and Dr. Brian Cobb (composition/jazz piano). While at PLU, I was a member of the University Symphony Orchestra playing violin and also various chamber and solo settings on the piano.  The University Symphony Orchestra selected me as the "Student Spotlight Composer" to premier my symphonic composition, "Barenis". I am a National Certified Teacher of Music and member of the MTNA. I am currently teaching piano and violin lessons in Renton, WA.

Most of all, I am thankful to be a wife to my amazing husband and mother to our three children! I love Jesus, aviation, photography and playing with my kids. Everyday is a new opportunity to learn make a difference! :)

Dr Eunjung jung| dMa | Piano and organ


Dr. Jung is an accomplished and sought-after musician with over twenty years of experience in both the United States and in South Korea. She is a passionate and versatile musician with an extensive background in music education, piano, organ, music directing and collaborative accompanist.

Before coming to the U.S., she owned and operated her own private music school in Korea from 1996- 2000 where she taught young children music fundamentals up to college prep and university majors on both piano and organ. As a music educator, Dr. Jung is passionate about blending both traditional music technique with a wide variety of modern and popular repertoire to best prepare students to pursue any style of musical performance they desire.

In 2015, Dr. Jung proudly earned her Doctor in Music from the University of Washington. Her dissertation was on Isang Yun, a Korean born composer. While she was attending the UW, she also served as the Musical Director of The Episcopal Church of the Holy Cross, planning music for the liturgy, conducted the Adult’s choir, Hand-bell choir, Children’s choir and played both piano and organ for the services.

Currently, Dr. Jung teaches locally in both public schools and private Korean schools. She enjoys inspiring students and investing in her local community.

Dr. Jung loves the vibrant musical scene in Seattle and living in the Pacific Northwest with her husband. She is a proud Husky graduate and enjoys the local international community.


Stephanie pfundt| BM Candidate- voice and Piano

Stephanie Pfundt is a kind and professional music teacher. As a Vocal Performance student at Pacific Lutheran University (PLU), Stephanie has been teaching since high school.  

Originally from Southeast Alaska, Stephanie qualified for several honor choirs during high school, including NAfME All-Northwest Honor Choir and NAfME All-National Honor Choir. As an accompanist for her own high school choir as well as a church musician, she knew she wanted to pursue a music degree and is happy to be doing so in the Pacific Northwest.

Stephanie performs frequently as a vocal soloist in her choir and in recitals at PLU. Her teachers for voice have included Jennifer Cross, Dr. Cherie Hughes, Dr. Janene Nelson and Cyndia Sieden. She has also studied piano with Dr. Myrna Capp at Seattle Pacific University and Dr. Oksana Ezhokina at PLU.  

In her free time, Stephanie enjoys learning new dance choreography and going hiking. She loves traveling and even spent a gap year between high school and college teaching music and English in mainland China. 

Jennifer Matson | BM | Piano and Beginning Voice


Jennifer Matson is a recent Piano Performance (B.M.) graduate of Pacific Lutheran University (PLU). Having studied under solo artist Jee Wong at Prosser Piano and Dr. Oksana Ezhokina at PLU, Jennifer is a creative and passionate musician who loves teaching and performing.

With fifteen years of experience in the field of music she is has taken on many roles including rehearsal pianist and orchestral director for productions with the Auburn Ave Theater, community and special events pianist for the City of Auburn, contestant accompanist for the WMEA-WIAA State Solo and Ensemble Contest 2017, as well as being a church pianist and private piano instructor for several years.

As an instructor, her desire is to help nurture a love and excitement for music and the arts through creative expression, individualized instruction, and high levels of musicianship. It is her goal that students develop a comprehensive knowledge of music that allows them to not only play with competency and skill, but also with the utmost passion and musicality. Whether your aspiration is to become the next concert pianist or to simply learn to play for your own enjoyment, she hopes to create a learning environment that is both fun and professional to help you achieve your dreams in the best possible way!