The Tucson Symphony Orchestra’s Young Composers Project

Scott Brittenham leads Clean Energy Capital, LLC, as the Tucson, Arizona, investment firm’s president and chief executive officer. Outside of his professional activities, Scott Brittenham supports several local organizations, including the Tucson Symphony Orchestra (TSO).

In addition to holding regular performances, the Tucson Symphony Orchestra operates a number of educational programs for students and the general public. For the last two decades, the organization has offered its Young Composers Project program to elementary through high school students who have an interest in learning to compose music.

Participants in the annual program, which is held from September to May, meet twice per month with contemporary composers, orchestral musicians, conductors, and other professionals who help them explore the composition process. The program ends in May with a public reading session, where the participants’ pieces are performed by either the Tucson Symphony Orchestra or the TSO Quintet. Since it was launched in 1993, the Young Composers Project has helped produce over 300 new pieces written by young composers.


Perks of a Subscription to the Tucson Symphony

The CEO, president, and co-founder of Clean Energy Capital, LLC, Scott Brittenham of Tucson, Arizona, draws on over three decades of experience in the investment industry. Mr. Brittenham’s skills have aided in the company’s major financial transactions and in the selection and management of experienced professionals in the finance industry. Outside of his professional endeavors, Scott Brittenham patronizes the Tucson Symphony. He frequently attends symphony performances.

Since its debut in 1929, the Tucson Symphony has provided the public with a wide array of orchestral pieces. The symphony offers perks to subscribers, who pay one price for a full season of shows. Subscribers save up to 25 percent on individual ticket prices and 20 percent on special events throughout the year, as well. Ticket upgrades and exchanges are available to subscription holders, and 100 percent refunds are offered if the tickets are returned before the season’s first concert. Furthermore, subscription holders who cannot attend can also turn in their tickets for a tax-deduction receipt, while releasing the seats to another music fan.