Office: Seminary 260
Southeast Missouri State University
One University Plaza
Cape Girardeau, MO 63701
Brandon Christensen completed the Doctor of Musical Arts degree from Stony-Brook University in New York in December, 2002, where he studied violin with Mitchell Stern and studied chamber music with Timothy Eddy, Gilbert Kalish, and Julius Levine. He joined the faculty of Southeast Missouri State University in the fall of 2002 where he is currently a professor of violin and viola. Before moving to Missouri, Brandon was a visiting professor of violin and viola at Dickinson College, and a member of the artist-faculty at the Pennsylvania Academy of Music in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He has performed as a recitalist and chamber musician throughout the United States as a former member of the West-End Chamber Ensemble, and was a chamber music fellow at the Banff summer festival as a member of the Stony-Brook graduate piano trio.
Brandon maintains a vigorous concert schedule and in recent seasons he has performed regularly throughout the region, Europe, and China. Recenlty he was a featured artist on both the Southern Illinois Music festival and the "Ascoli Piceno" international music festival in Italy. Brandon is the founder and artistic director of the "Chamber Music Sundays at Three" concert series in Cape-Girardeau, Missouri.