Briana Page completed a Bachelors degree in Violin Performance at the University of Texas at Austin under the instruction of Professor Eugene Gratovich of the University of Boston. Since the age of 15, she has taught chilcren and adults by the Suzuki method with traditional songs as well as fiddle music. In North Texas, I started the Red River String Orchestra and conducted students recitals. During this period, she performed a European symphony tour with the Greater Dallas Youth Orchestra covering Czeckslovakia, Poland, and Germany. At the age of 15 She was also part of the Austin College Sherman Symphony in North Texas. She studied iwth Bulgarian violinist Vesselin Demirev at Southern Methodist University. Upon moving to San Antonio, she preformed with the San Atnonio Symphony Orchestra before attneding College and was a memeber of the Youth Orchestra of San Antonio. Also, during her final year in high school, she taught private lessons for the Crystal C Christian Conservatory in San Antonio, TX. In 2007, she was Concert Master (first chair) in the All Region Orchestra and number five in master class with violinist Pinchas Zukermann. Also, in 2007, she was selected to perform in the Cactus Pear Chamber Music Festival of San Antonio in the first vfiolin section. In the summer of 2007, she performed in the New York University Chamber Music Festival and gave her first recital. At the University of Texas, she gave two performances in the Jessen Recital Hall in 2010 and 2011, and performed a year with a piano trio focusing on classical chamber music. In 2010, she recieved a master class with William Preucil, Concert Master of the Cleveland Orchestra. This summer she was invited to perform solo and chamber works at the International Chamber Music Festival in Castanuelvo di Garfagnana, Italy under the guidance of Efrem Briskin. Currently, she teaches in the San Antonio Hill Country area and performs with the Mid Texas Symphony and the Corpus Christi Symphony Orchestra.