Theresa Britt is a professional musician living in Fredericksburg, Texas. She performs as a violinist, fiddler, guitarist and vocalist. She is the director of the Fredericksburg Community Orchestras, a teacher for the Hill Country Youth Orchestras, and maintains a large private studio of violin, viola and cello students in Fredericksburg and Kerrville. She performs as a fiddler a number of bands in the Texas Hill Country including Jesse Stratton Band, Allan Hendrickson Band, Jonathan Moody Band, and the Any Given Sunday Band. As a classical musician, she performs in Symphony of the Hills in Kerrville, Mid Texas Symphony in Seguin, and in string quartets for weddings and events. Creatively, she arranges music for string orchestra and is a singer/songwriter. Recently, Theresa has been working on her own project, the Dirty Rotten Swing Band that has a rotating cast of players and performs Western Swing, Jazz, and Blues.
In 2012, Theresa completed a Master’s degree in Music at Texas Tech University. She received her Bachelor of Music from Texas Tech University in 2007. She studied violin in the studio of Dr. Kirsten Yon while at Texas Tech.
In previous seasons, she has performed with other ensembles throughout the state of Texas including the Midland Odessa Symphony and Chorale, the Plainview Symphony, the Caprock String Quartet in Lubbock, Brazos Valley Symphony in College Station, with Anthony Garcia of Outlier Texas, and for Rock Box Theater in Fredericksburg.
In 2018, Theresa performed with Anthony Garcia of Outlier at the Zug Jazz Festival in Switzerland. Their trip also included performances in Germany and Austria. Theresa traveled across the US in 2018 to a variety of private and corporate events as a fiddler with the Jonathan Moody Band.