Brittnee Siemon

Brittnee Siemon

Brittnee Siemon

Mezzo-Soprano

Brittnee is a versatile performer, teacher, and scholar. Her accomplishments include premieres of early and modern works, a debut at Jordan Hall in Boston, and international appearances in Austria, Italy, Germany, Turkey, and Belize.

Other career highlights include appearances with Pan Harmonia of Asheville, the National Conference of the Historic Keyboard Society of North America, distinguished alumni for the Centennial Celebration of Ohio University's School of Music, and the International Muzio Clementi Conference in Lucca, Italy. She continues to perform and collaborate regularly as a featured artist and clinician.

Dr. Siemon holds degrees in Voice Performance and Music Therapy, and carries Academic and Performance Distinction from Ohio University, the University of South Carolina, and the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. While studying in Boston, she was awarded the prestigious Beneficent Society Scholarship, which lead to her award-winning European concert debut for a new composition on Mona Lisa radio in Amsterdam.

Dr. Siemon has served on the voice faculty at Brevard College since 2016.