As an accomplished trumpet artist he has performed many types of music throughout the United States and abroad. He has appeared as a member of successful Big Bands and touring Broadway show orchestras, such as Guys and Dolls in Arizona. He travelled with the Stetson University Symphony Orchestra to Ischia, Italy in 2008 to perform a series of concerts at La Mortella, the famous garden once owned by English composer William Walton. Most recently, Brandon travelled to Melk, Austria to perform with the University of Central Florida Trumpet Ensemble at the 2011 Schagerl Brass Festival as the only United States ensemble in attendance. At this festival Brandon played with several well known trumpet artists including James Morrison, Jens Lindemann, Thomas Gansch, Hans Gansch, and Lyman Brodie, the current Principal Trumpet of the Orlando Philharmonic Orchestra.

Having recently completed his Masters Degree in Trumpet from the University of Central Florida, Brandon is eager to continue growing his playing career as well as beginning to teach private lessons and work as a Clinician.  

He has worked as a Clinician for schools in Seminole, Orange, and Volusia counties. Currently he is the Trumpet Instructor at Seminole State College in addition to serving as the Vice President, Principal Trumpet and alternate Conductor of the Volusia Community Symphony.  He has now accepted the role as Conductor.

He has performed and conducted with the Central Florida Community Orchestra, Orlando Concert Band, and Wayne Densch Performing Arts Center as Principal Trumpet. He also works as a Clinician for the Deland High School trumpet section, and plays with other community bands and orchestras as his schedule allows.

Conductor

As a young boy growing up in Scottsdale, Arizona, Brandon Loos began his musical career at the age of 8 on the violin. Soon after he discovered the trumpet and never looked back. Even as an adolescent, Brandon was recognized for his artistic abilities. At age 12, he played Taps for a ceremony with the Governor of Arizona. He credits his four primary teachers with making him the artist he is today, Dr. John Burley, Scott Yandell, Tom Macklin, and John Almeida.