Oberlin College and Conservatory

POSTPONED: Alumni CONnections Series: Brandon Patrick George '08

Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Virtual Event

How does the professional music world post-graduation really work? What experiences should I be trying to have, while I'm in school, to best prepare me for that world?  

Here is your opportunity to hear perspectives from Oberlin alumni who also are willing to share their tips and strategies. 

Meet Brandon Patrick George '08 (Flute Performance)

Moderated by Katelyn Poetker and Isaiah Shaw

Meet on Zoom Registration required. OCID holders only. Capacity is limited, so register soon.

Join in and meet alumni who are making their way, listen to their career stories, ask questions, and form connections.

Brandon Patrick George is a leading flute soloist and chamber musician, with an adventurous repertoire extending from the Baroque to today. He is a member of the Grammy®-nominated Imani Winds and has made appearances as a concerto soloist with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra, Albany Symphony Orchestra, and the American Composers Orchestra, among others. He has been hailed by The New York Times as “the elegant Brandon Patrick George,” as a “virtuoso” by The Washington Post, and called a “knockout musician with a gorgeous sound” by The Philadelphia Inquirer.  His debut album, featuring works by Kalevi Aho, J.S. Bach, Pierre Boulez, and Sergei Prokofiev, was released by Haenssler Classics in September 2020.

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Music, Info Sessions/Presentations/Webinars, Performing Arts


Administrative, Dean of the Conservatory of Music, Conservatory of Music



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