Violin / Viola
Brittany graduated cum laude from Virginia Commonwealth University with her Bachelor’s in Music Performance on Violin. For the past four years, she has maintained a full violin/vla studio in Virginia and has been a clinician for various public schools.
She recently moved to SC to pursue her Masters of Arts in Teaching (Music Ed) from the School of Music at USC. Brittany also teaches for the String Project at USC and the Suzuki Strings at USC. She is knowledgeable in many different methods and has received training for the Suzuki approach.
Kenneth Green II
Kenneth Green is a native of Columbia, South Carolina and has been music professor at Allen University since 2007. He graduated from Shenandoah Conservatory in 2005 with a Bachelors of Music degree in Trumpet Performance, and received a Masters of Music degree in Trumpet Performance from Indiana University’s Jacobs School of Music in 2007.
Kenneth is a member of the International Trumpet Guild, and has performed at numerous venues and festivals including The Eastern Music Festival, Sewanee Music Festival, Bach-Handel Festival, Indiana University Summer Festival, Shenandoah Performing Arts Festival, the Midwest Clinic in Chicago, Illinois, The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington, D.C. and Piccolo Spoleto Festival. His principal teachers include Robert Nagel, Susan Rider, Adel Sanchez, and Edmund Cord.
Kenneth Beauchamp was born in Cocoa, Florida. He studied flute with Nancy Clew, Nicole Scott, and later with Dr. Tammy Phillips.
With Nicole Scott, piccoloist in the Brevard Symphony Orchestra and flutist in the Disney Orchestra, Kenneth focused his studies on the piccolo. While studding with Nicole Scott, Kenneth received 28 superior medals for his solo performances on piccolo and flute. During this time he also held the position of Piccolo in the Tri-State Festival for two years along with the piccolo position in the Festival of Winds. Before his graduation he was awarded a medal of excellence in music from the Brevard county school board for his efforts in improving the arts.
Kenneth then followed his studies with Nancy Clew the director of the Space Coast flute Orchestra, founder of the American Flute Orchestra, and delegate to China for the National Flute Association; who greatly expanded his classical repertoire. During this time he competed in the College symposium and once again earning him the position of piccolo. While studying With Nancy Clew he became a part of the Space Coast Flute Orchestra where he performed numerous contra bass flute features.
During his most recent studies with Dr. Tammy Phillips, the program chair of the Florida Flute Association, and flutist in the Southern Winds Kenneth gained extensive knowledge in extended flute performance techniques. Throughout his studies he has held the position of piccolo in all ensembles he has performed with. He has been the piccolo player for the Brevard Winds along with the Community Orchestra of Brevard since 2009.