Brianna Drevlow began her musical studies at the age of three, studying classical piano and cello. In 2010, she performed at Jazz at Lincoln Center in New York, was a featured recording artist with Minnesota Public Radio in 2011 and has performed on tour in Italy and France. Since 2014 she has won several composition competitions and her film, "Twenty Three Words," received acclaim for its hybrid scoring. In 2015, she was among the top composers in the U.S. selected to study ASCAP Film Scoring at New York University and was funded as a research scholar. Recently, she was selected as one of the four composers for the “VocalEssence ReMix” program in collaboration with the VocalEssence Singers and the Jerome Foundation. She is currently working on several projects in the field of concert music. Drevlow holds a Bachelor of Music degree in Composition and is pursuing her Masters in Composition as a graduate teaching assistant. She is also the first runner up to Miss Minnesota 2016.
Teach students of all ages, levels, and learning backgrounds. Named one of the youngest teachers in the state of Minnesota in 2010.
One of three United States performing rights organizations, along with ASCAP and SESAC. It collects license fees on behalf of songwriters, composers, and music publishers and distributes them as royalties to those members whose works have been performed. In FY 2013, BMI collected more than $944 million in licensing fees and distributed $814 million in royalties.
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