Brayton grew up a farm-boy in Indiana, where he would showed dairy cattle in 4-H. After leaving the barn doors behind, he escaped to Columbus to study vocal performance at The Ohio State University (yes, its trademarked that way). After an amazing 7 years in Columbus, he wanted to cleanse his skin and soul in the Seattle rain where he got a Masters in Social Work at University of Washington and celebrated a marriage and a divorce. After finding his passion for directing Queer and Allied Choruses during his tenure in Seattle, Brayton jumped at the opportunity to enjoy the sunlight and heat in Tucson directing Reveille Men's Chorus and Desert Voices Chorus.
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