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     Brennan Lowrey holds a bachelor’s degree in music performance from Texas Tech University, where he studied violin under Professor Annie Chalex-Boyle. He was named the winner of the 2018 Texas MTNA State Competition Young Artist Division in Waco, Texas. He was also named as a finalist in the 2016 Stella Boyle Smith Young Artist Competition and the winner of the 2015 Arkansas MTNA State Competion Senior Strings division.

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     While pursuing his bachelor’s degree, he received chamber music instruction from Dr. Mark Morton, Professor Clara Zahler, Professor Jeffrey Lastrapes, and Dr. John Gilbert. He also performed in the University Symphony Orchestra under the batons of Dr. Philip Mann and Professor David E. Becker. He has performed in masterclasses for Augustin Hadelich, Desiree Ruhstrat, and Cornelia Heard, among others. Throughout the summers of 2014 to 2020, he attended the Hot Springs Music Festival, Lake City String Academy, Green Mountain Chamber Music Festival, and the NYU Steinhardt Summer Strings Program, where he studied with Professor Annie Chalex-Boyle, Professor Janet Sung, Professor Bayla Keyes, and Professors Cyrus Beroukhim and Giora Schmidt.

     Before beginning his undergraduate studies, he studied under Drew Irvin, concertmaster of the Arkansas Symphony.

     He currently offers private online violin lessons and produces content for his youtube channel, Brennan G. Lowrey - Violin.

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