Brian C. Chamberlain earned his Bachelor of Arts in Music in December, 2004. He pursued concentrations in classical guitar and composition. He studied classical guitar with Mary Akerman and composition with Dr. Laurence Sherr at Kennesaw State University. Brian has written numerous pieces for guitar, as well as piano and small chamber ensembles. He has been recognized with several awards and honors. His piano work, "Twenty-Six," received the top award in the Young Artist Division of the 2003 Music Teachers National Association (MTNA) Composition Competition in the State of Georgia. This work went on to receive Honorable Mention in the MTNA Southern Division competition. In 2004, Brian was elected to the Pi Kappa Lambda National Honorary Music Society. In March 2005, Brian was awarded Outstanding Senior in Music by Kennesaw State University. In May of 2005, he was added to the National Dean's List. He is also a member of ASCAP, the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers. Brian earned his Master of Music with an emphasis in composition at Georgia State University, studying with Dr. Nickitas Demos in December 2010. Brian currently lives in Atlanta, GA with his wife, flutist and composer, Nicole Chamberlain. Together they make up the flute and guitar duo, Chamberlain Duo.
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