Daniel Kellogg

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Daniel Kellogg (born 1976 Wilton, Connecticut) is an American composer.Kellogg is currently Assistant Professor of Music at the College of Music of the University of Colorado at Boulder, teaching music composition, counterpoint and orchestration.


Kellogg received his Bachelor of Music degree from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia, and Master of Music and Doctor of Musical Arts degrees from the Yale University School of Music. He also studied at Indiana University, the Aspen Music Festival, and the Norfolk Chamber Music Festival. His teachers have included Martin Bresnick, Jacob Druckman, Don Freund, Jennifer Higdon, Ezra Laderman, Ned Rorem, and Joseph Schwantner.


Kellogg's music has been performed by the National Symphony Orchestra, Colorado Symphony Orchestra, the Philadelphia Orchestra, the San Diego Symphony, the Green Bay Symphony, the South Dakota Symphony, the Santa Barbara Symphony, the Yale Philharmonic, the Ensemble Orchestral...
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