Horizontal TabsDescription Bryan Dunnewald has performed in numerous prominent venues across the US, from the Washington National Cathedral to the Mormon Tabernacle. While at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, he served as organ scholar at Saint Mark's Church and as assistant organist at Macy's (Wanamaker's) department store, giving frequent concerts on the largest organ in the world. Bryan has performed with the Curtis Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, and the Colorado Symphony. He is a graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music and Interlochen Arts Academy, earning over the course of his studies the highest honors in music, academics, citizenship, and character. Bryan's teachers and mentors include Alan Morrison, Robert McCormick, Jonathan Coopersmith, Leon Schelhase, Thomas Bara, Steve Larson, Dr. Martha Sandford-Heyns, and Dr. Joseph Galema. This fall, Bryan moves to New York City to begin master's studies in orchestral conducting with David Hayes at the Mannes School of Music.