About

Britt Andrew Burns (b.1980) pursues a diverse composing career with an interest of not limiting himself to one genre. He has composed works for orchestra, wind ensemble, choir and various chamber ensembles, as well as music for flm and advertisements.

Raised near Kansas City, Kansas, he spent the majority of his early life absorbed in creation of art and other creative endeavors. It wasn’t until his early teenage years that he would discover a passion for music, and began composing soon after that.

Burns studied music composition, orchestration and counterpoint at the University of Kansas in Lawrence. His main composition teachers include Bryan Kip Haaheim , James Barnes and Forrest Pierce. Burns is a proud member of the American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). His concert music is published by Imagine Music Publishing and by his own label, Indie Classical Publications. He currently resides in Los Angeles, where he keeps a busy composing schedule with concert, flm and other media projects.