Originally from New York and now residing in the Boston area, Brandon White has enjoyed a varied career as a violist. From orchestral and chamber performance, to solo performance and premiering new works. A classically trained violist, White has been recognized as an analytical and forward-thinking musician with a love of all viola music and compositions. White holds degrees from The Crane School of Music at SUNY Potsdam where he studied under Shelly Tramposh and earned his BM in Viola Performance, as well as The Boston Conservatory at Berklee where he studied under Lila Brown and earned his MM in String Performance. White has had the opportunity to perform in venues such as Carnegie Hall, Lincoln Center, Saratoga Performing Arts Center, Jordan Hall, and Sanders Theater. White has performed in masterclasses for artists such as Jonathan Vinocour, Nicholas Cords, Patricia McCarty, Rictor Noren, and Andrew Altenbach. White has performed in many different ensembles including the Orchestra of Northern New York, Hampton Festival Orchestra, and the Choral Society of the Hamptons. White currently performs with Cape Ann Symphony, as well as Portsmouth Symphony and Plymouth Philharmonic. White is also a member of a contemporary viola duo alongside fellow violist Kasey Calebaugh. Awards and honors include being a winner of the Richard Stephen Chamber Music Competiton in 2015 and 2017, being a representative of the string area for the Crane Honors Recital in 2016, being selected as a finalist for the Boston Conservatory Concerto Competiton in 2017 as well as winning the title of the Boston Conservatory Honors Ensemble from 2018-2019. White currently performs on a Hungarian Viola from 1968 made by Otto Erdesz.