Dean & Founding
Arizona & California
Brandon Stewart and his wife, Heather, are the parents of three children. A graduate of The Juilliard School, Stewart is a conductor, pianist, vocalist, and composer. He has served as a Dean & Founding Musical Director of Millennial™ Choirs & Orchestras since its inception in 2007. For the past decade he has educated and trained thousands of youth and adults across the western U.S. and has conducted over 100 choral/orchestral performances in concert halls nationwide. Stewart specializes in the proper vocal development of singers of all ages, and he is known for his passion for teaching and his tenaciously energetic approach to rehearsing and conducting.
Stewart has enjoyed competing in national and international piano competitions throughout his early life. He was second prize winner of the Juilliard Concerto Competition and a finalist in the International USASU Bösendorfer Piano Competition. In 2005 he took first prize at the Music Teachers National Association collegiate piano competition, winning a new Steinway grand piano.
Stewart enjoyed extensive studies in piano, voice, chamber music, and choral music throughout his schooling. He received a master’s degree in piano performance, with cognate studies in choral conducting, from The Juilliard School and a bachelor’s degree in piano performance from Brigham Young University. His esteemed mentors include Jerome Lowenthal, Stephen Clapp, Judith Clurman, Irene Peery-Fox, Clayne Robison, Rosalind Hall, Ronald Staheli, Ted Reid, and Susan Bana.
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