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Frank E. Warren (b. 1950) has been most active as a composer of choral, chamber and vocal music. His catalogue also includes works for jazz band and he has collaborated with poets, visual artists and modern dance companies active in Boston and Chicago. Mr. Warren received Bachelor of Music degrees from Berklee College of Music in both Composition and Music Education. While attending school, he founded the Berklee Student/Composer Organization, which later became part of the curriculum. Upon graduation, he began a professional teaching career while pursuing a Master of Music in Theory/Composition at the University of Lowell (MA). His works have been performed at Carnegie Hall, the Harvard Musical Association, Northwestern University's February Dance Festival, the Lazienkach Museum in Warsaw, Poland, and the International Double Reed Society Conventions by such eminent musicians as Marni Nixon, Susan Nigro, the Chicago Chamber Orchestra, Chicago Dance Medium, Bronx Arts Ensemble, His Majestie's Clerkes, The Rome Festival Orchestra, and the Quartet of the Baltic Philharmonic. His score Drei Lieder, was chosen First Prize winner of the 1993 New Music for Young Ensembles Composition Competition. The composer has also been the recipient of the ASCAP Merit Panel Awards and has twice been an artist-resident with the Ragdale Foundation in Lake Forest, Illinois.