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Daniel Crozier is an American composer and academic. He is associate professor of Theory and Composition at Rollins College in Winter Park, Florida. Career Works by Crozier have received performances in New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Pittsburgh, Boston, Toronto, Syracuse , at Washington's Kennedy Center, the Aspen Music Festival, the Oregon Bach Festival Composers' Symposium, and by the Bach Festival Society of Winter Park, and have been recorded by MARK Records and Navona Records as well as for broadcast by the Belgian Radio and Television Network. "Ceremonies for Orchestra", Triptych, his first symphony, has been recorded by the Seattle Symphony under conductor Gerard Schwarz. The Toccata for Soprano Saxophone and String Trio was premiered in 2002 by saxophonist Branford Marsalis and the Walden Chamber Players. In June 2004, he was invited by composer John Harbison to serve as a guest composer at the Songfest 2004 Program for New Art Song at Pepperdine University.
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