Strings Orchestra Conductor & Riviera MYami Strings
Brandon Dye is a graduate of The University of Tampa where he graduated with his BM in Music Education. While he attended UT, he was the concertmaster of the UT Symphony and String Orchestra, the assistant conductor of the University Chorus, a member of Chamber Singers, Wind Ensemble, Tampa Tones, and was an active soloist and chamber musician. His most recent awards include the Sally and Jack Jenkins Service Award in 2019 and the Outstanding Musicianship, Performance, and Academic Achievement Award in 2020.
He served as the Magnet Orchestra and Choir Director at South Miami Senior High School, Magnet School of the Arts in the 2021-2022 school year, the Young Mozart’s Orchestral Conductor, and a violin coach for the Greater Miami Youth Symphony Summer Camp, is a violinist in the Alhambra Orchestra, and sings in the Master Chorale of South Florida. In 2021 and 2022, Brandon was invited to participate in the International Porto Heli Music Festival in Greece where he played solo and chamber music as well as participated in master classes such as music and movement and orchestral conducting. Brandon is attending the University of Miami’s Frost School of Music to obtain his Master’s in Musicology where his research focuses on African American spirituals.