B.M., Mason Gross School of the Arts
10 years teaching experience in private and large ensemble settings
Brittney Milicia began her musical studies at the age of 10. During her high school years she attended the Salem County Music Academy where she studied under principal cellist of the Bay-Atlantic Symphony Orchestra, Stephen Goodnight. She is the winner of the 2009 SJBODA scholarship, as well as an alumna of the Rowan Youth Orchestra, South Jersey Regional Orchestra, and South Jersey Chamber Orchestra. Brittney holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University where she studied cello under principal cellist of the New Jersey Symphony Orchestra, Jonathan Spitz. As well as teaching cello and violin at Wharton's Performing Arts School, Brittney teaches orchestra full time in the Edison Public Schools and maintains a private studio. When Brittney is not teaching she enjoys freelancing throughout the tri-state area. Recent projects include collaborations with the Joe Gattuso Band and recording with singer-song writer Ian Flanigan. Brittney aspires to continue her education and earn a Master of Music degree in Education.