With a career spanning more than 30 years as a soloist, chamber musician, orchestral musician, studio recording artist and teacher, Brynn Albanese is one of the most notable violinists of the central California region.

She has also served as Concertmaster and soloist for the Tanglewood Festival Orchestra, Boston Philharmonic, The Annapolis Symphony Orchestra, and various musical groups ranging from Operas, Broadway productions and more. She performed and toured with the Boston Symphony Orchestra and Boston Pops under the direction of Seiji Ozawa and John Williams from 1994-2001.

Brynn lived and worked for six years in the Netherlands, performing with various Dutch Orchestras and touring the world a second time from the Canary Islands to Argentina and beyond.

After returning to the States and to California she held the position of Principal Second violin of the Cabrillo Festival Orchestra under Marin Alsop, Concertmaster and Principal Second of Monterey Symphony and Principal Second of the Fresno Philharmonic, and in 2007, she joined the well-known, local wild classical crossover ensemble, Café Musique 

They have released four albums and have performed all over California and around the world including France, Portugal, The Netherlands, Belgium, Austria and Germany.

Brynn is on Faculty at Cal-Poly San Luis Obispo and also has a private teaching studio. During the past few years, she has developed a mobile practice technique workshop called, Brynn Albanese’s “Violin Practice Technique Boot Camp” which she presented to the American String Teachers Association in Washington, D.C. in September 2014. 

Currently, Brynn is Concertmaster of the San Luis Obispo Opera, Opera SLO, Orchestra Novo, Michael Nowak and The Symphony of the Vines and Artistic Director of the new Cambria Concerts Unplugged series.