Briony is a composer and recording artist based in Queens, New York. She is a SPOTIFY and APPLE MUSIC verified artist, and is the founder of the record label VOICES ON, producing music with emerging artists across New York City. She is a member of the Carnegie Hall Music Educators Workshop and a grateful scholarship recipient at Columbia University, where she is pursuing her Masters in Music.

Briony’s recent musical projects have been featured by Carnegie Hall and Google Arts and Culture, and she is currently filming a documentary about music and the journey to further education in New York. She is also a scholarship winner of NYU x Billboard ‘Music Industry Essentials’ program.

From the age of eleven Briony was singing with the BBC, performing as a soloist for Children in Need, and was featured on ‘How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria’ in some comedic interviews with Graham Norton. Briony became the youngest finalist in the last 20 contestants, and performed for Sir Andrew Lloyd Webber and other major celebrities at his prestigious Sydmonton Festival.

Briony was born in London, and trained at The Arts Educational School, completing a BA (Hons) in Musical Theatre. She was fortunate enough to be funded for all three years by the BBC Performing Arts Fund, who televised accounts of her progress, and invited her to sing at major BBC events both at Television Centre in White City, and at The Royal Albert Hall.

On graduating, Briony was taken on by a leading London agent, and since then has worked consistently in theatre, film and television across the world. She toured as Dorothy in ‘The Wizard of Oz’, and played the leading role of Evie in the feature film, Eden Burning. She was honored to be invited to Buckingham Palace by Her Majesty the Queen to a reception for young people in the performing arts.

Briony spent five years working in South Korea, where she co-wrote seven musicals which were seen by more than ten thousand people. Many of these are still being produced internationally. She also helped to raise more than $3,000 for Liberty in North Korea, as part of Birds on the Wire, an independent music group who performed near the DMZ.

She is delighted to be working in the music industry in New York City and warmly thanks her family and friends for their constant support. She invites you to follow her upcoming music projects HERE.