About Brittany Elliott:
She is a 7th generation farmer in a historical valley in the Catskills of New York, who gained a passion for composing music.
Graduating from Hartwick College, Oneonta, NY in 2011, she majored a B.A. Degree in Music Performance with a concentration on Flute. In her college years, she participated in many instrumental groups such as: Pep Band, Wind Ensemble, College Choir, Flute Choir, Saxophone Quintet, Madrigals and Rock Orchestra. Brittany played and still does play many instruments: Flute (piccolo, flute, alto and bass flute), piano, saxophones (alto and tenor) and her newest edition, the Native American Flute.
In her last year of college, she became very interested in music for films. How they came about, how music for films were born, etc. For almost a year she researched as much as she could about film music and soon became intrigued by it.
After her college career ended, she took an online course from Berklee Music School to explore composing for film and television. Since then, she has been working on creating beautiful melodies, flowing harmonies and catchy rhythms.
She was recently nominated for Best Score in Guerilla Film Challenge- a 48hr Film Contest. Now, Brittany's working on scoring for two short films and a theme song for a radio talk show.
Her dream is to make wonderful music for films or anything in the entertainment business for you to listen to.
She is currently living on the farm keeping the family tradition of farming going, performing her compositions at events and continuing to write scores.