Brandon T. Cash has enjoyed an active career as a conductor, educator and singer. He is currently in his 7th year teaching and 2nd year as Director of Choral Activities at Maynard Holbrook Jackson High School. He is a native of Ashland, Virginia. He received his Bachelors of Arts in Music Education PK-12; from Hampton University in Hampton, V.A (2007). He also went back to Hampton to received Masters of Arts in Counseling with a concentration in Student Affairs and College Student Development (2011). He completed his certification requirements in K-12 Music Education for the state of Georgia at Piedmont College Summer (2014). He is currently working towards his Doctorate in Choral Music Education and his Educational Leadership Certification from the University of Georgia in Athens, GA. He is a product of the Hanover County Public School System. Throughout his academic matriculation, he has received many opportunities academically as well as musically, and has have been the recipient of several honors. The most significant to-date participation as and member in the 2008 Roderick Dixon Opera Idol competition held during TODI Fest where Brandon placed 1st runner-up and won second place in the local NATS Vocal Competition. He served as the Graduate Director to HU Choirs and also severed as the touring manager for the University Concert Choir at Hampton University. He has been the guest soloist for area churches and programs throughout the greater Hampton Roads and Richmond areas. In December of 2010 he was debut as the tenor for the Hampton University production of Handel’s Messiah. In May 2011 he was pleased to be part of the benefit recital concert for the scholarship fund at his local church back in Ashland, VA. He has studied voice with Mrs. Lorraine Bell, (Director of Vocal Studies: Hampton University) Charlene Marchant, Dr. Sheila Maye (Hampton University) Gregory Gardner (Norfolk State University) Dr. Gregory Broughton (University of Georgia) and conducting with Royzell Dillard, Dr. Carl Harris (Hampton University) and Mrs. Linda Tedford (Messiah College) and Dr. J.D. Burnett at (University of Georgia.) He is now going into his 7th year of teaching choral music. Under his direction Maynard Jackson Choral Department has scored superiors and excellent ratings at Georgia Music Educators Association’s Large Group Performance Evaluation (LGPE) in performance and sight-reading. Mr. Cash is an active tenor soloist and also an avid clinician and lecturer working with elementary through high school programs in the Metro Atlanta area. Mr. Cash also teaches piano, vocal lessons, and AP Music Theory and IB music classes. He is a Fine Arts Support Teacher for Atlanta Public Schools. He is a member of American College Personnel Association, the Music Educators National Conference, The National Association for the Study and Performance of African American Music, ACDA (American Choral Directors Association), Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia Fraternity, Inc., and a proud member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity.