Brittany developed a love for playing instruments as a clarinet player around the age 10. Her mother exposed her to some of the industries finest contemporary jazz artist while listening to the smooth sounds on Cleveland’s 107.3 the Wave radio station.
In high school, she began playing the saxophone and became obsessed. Years later, she pursued a degree in Music Therapy at Cleveland State University.
After college, Brittany began creating her own original music and worked with top artist & producers. In 2021, she released Starting Now and Summer Vibez. In 2022, she was invited to perform with Jazz in Pink live! A stage where ALL women dominate the stage with grace and exceptional skill.
In 2022, Her schedule began to fill up with shows in many states throughout the us.
Aside from performing on the saxophone, Brittany Atterberry cultivated a fulfilling internship at Metro Health Hospital, presenting music therapy to patients in need. Her dynamic skillset as a Music Therapist and exhilarating Saxophonist, allowed her to share her passion for music in multiple facets. While there, she traveled the floors of Intensive Care Unit, helping sick patients using evidence based research. Brittany used the piano and guitar, to help patients/clients rehabilitate.
Currently, Brittany is focused on creating music that reaches her fans. She has an excellent personality and thrives off being an influence to women, to follow their dreams and goals.
Brittany Atterberry has opened up and performed on stage with saxophonist Najee in 2021. Brittany’s talent has lead her abroad to perform in many cities across the United States, with so much more to come.
You can support her by attending shows, spreading the word and purchasing her music.
Theo Wanne, Legere Reeds, West Coast Sax Mouthpieces (Mofo-Tenor), Kim Korea Saxophones and David Guardala Neck Straps.
Did You Know?
BRITTANY plays Alto, Tenor and Soprano!
There are actually a wide range of saxophones from the soprillo to the Sub-Contrabass saxophone. Brittany and her husband are saxophone collectors and own the horns uncommonly heard of in the saxophone family.