Adjunct Professor - Applied Violin
- Currently Teaches
Jamie Brown, originally from Ridgecrest, CA, started playing the violin at 8 years old. She studied with Rebecca Brooks, concertmaster of the Bakersfield Symphony Orchestra. In high school, she won state fiddling contests and performed the Bruch Violin Concerto No. 1 in G minor, Op. 26 as the concerto winner. After high school, Jamie studied violin performance at Wheaton College Conservatory of Music (IL) under Dr. Lee Joiner’s tutelage, and earned a B.M. in music performance in 2010. At Wheaton College, Ms. Brown was a concerto finalist performing Tchaikovsky’s Valse Scherzo in C major, Op. 34 She performed in the Wheaton College Symphony Orchestra under Dr. Daniel Sommerville, during which time the orchestra ranked third in the country for college orchestras. Ms. Brown also studied voice performance under Robin Sterling, and was a finalist in the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) competition. She was also a T.A. for the Aural Skills class.
Currently at ENC, Ms. Brown serves as the Coordinator for Music Ministries which she says that she enjoys very much, and teaches applied violin. Furthermore, she helps lead worship at Wollaston Church of the Nazarene and Park Street Church. She is studying Arts Administration at Boston University in their Master of Science program. She loves to perform a variety of music, including bluegrass, classical, classic rock, and worship music.
- M.S. in Arts Administration (in process), Boston University
B.M. in Violin Performance, Wheaton College Conservatory of Music