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Brianna SloneConductor: Emory Wind Ensemble

Brianna Slone (she/her) currently serves as the conductor of the Emory University Wind Ensemble. In addition, she is a music library assistant at the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra. Previously, she was the assistant band director at Hillgrove High School in Cobb County, GA.

Slone is a sought-after guest conductor, clinician, and woodwind specialist. She was recently appointed as a Music for All Band Clinician and in this capacity was selected as an instructor for the 2022 Music for All Tournament of Roses Honor Band. Slone has judged auditions for Georgia Music Educators Association (GMEA) All-State Band, GMEA All-State Jazz Band, GMEA District XII Honor Band, University of Georgia JanFest, University of Georgia MidFest, and the Georgia Governor’s Honors Program. Ms. Slone is an active freelance flutist in the Atlanta area. She has attended flute masterclasses with Marianne Gedigian, Ransom Wilson, Nicole Esposito, Michael Hasel, and Emmanuel Pahud.

Slone holds a Bachelor of Music Education from the University of Georgia and a Master of Music in Wind Band Conducting from Georgia State University; her primary teacher was Robert Ambrose. She lives in Atlanta, GA and enjoys reading, yoga, and chai tea lattes.