Brittany received her Music Education degree from UNC-Greensboro in 2009, but began as a performance major. She currently teaches high school, where she is the director of band and choral programs. This is a fitting role, as she was inspired to become a musician by her own high school band director, who taught her about the expressiveness of music.
When asked about her most memorable experience with the Wilmington Symphony, she recalls the performance with Edwin McCain, saying “The fusion of the classical and rock genres is one of my favorite things to hear and play.”
When not teaching or performing, you can find Brittany in the kitchen. She loves to cook and finds Julia Child’s Mastering the Art of French Cooking the best cookbook ever written.
In addition to playing orchestra concerts, many of the WSO musicians also provide music for special occasions such as weddings, receptions, anniversaries and birthdays. Many also offer offer private music instruction for both school-age and adult students — please contact each player individually with contact information provided on their biography page.
Mary Jo White
Typical groupings of instruments include string trios and quartets (violin, viola, cello), brass groups (trumpet, French horn, trombone, tuba), and woodwind ensembles (flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon). Musicians also serve as soloists at special occasions such as:
• HOLIDAY GATHERINGS
• CORPORATE EVENTS
• SOCIAL EVENTS
• DINNER PARTIES
• MEMORIAL SERVICES
• BABY SHOWERS
• and more!