As a young boy growing up in Scottsdale, Arizona, Brandon Loos began his musical career at the age of 8 on the violin. Soon after he discovered the trumpet and never looked back.
Even as an adolescent, Brandon was recognized for his artistic abilities. At age 12, he played Taps for a ceremony with the Governor of Arizona.
He credits his primary teachers with making him the artist he is today, Dr. John Burley, Scott Yandell, Tom Macklin, and John Almeida.
Currently Brandon is attending Shenandoah Conservatory in Winchester, VA for his DMA in Trumpet Performance with Dr. Scott Nelson
It was quite a show....
Brandon Loos held the attention of his audience. He demonstrated his talent and years of training and practice. Mary Waller, The Beacon July 2013
Brandon has played for touring plays including “Guys and Dolls” as well as Big Bands, Latin groups, Quintets, and Wind Ensembles. He has performed with numerous churches, communities, and other venues for holidays, weddings, and special events.
More than just playing...
Brandon has conducted numerous groups including the Orlando Concert Band, Central Florida Community Orchestra, and served as full time conductor for the Volusia Community Symphony for 2 seasons. He has also arranged works for various local Ensembles and Chamber Groups.