Daniel Kellogg is ‘one of the most exciting composers around—technically assured, fascinated by unusual sonic textures, unfailingly easy to listen to, yet far from simplistic’, wrote The Washington Post. Dr Kellogg, Associate Professor of Composition at the University of Colorado, has had works premiered by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the National Symphony Orchestra, the San Diego Symphony, the Kansas City Symphony, the Colorado Symphony, Orchestre de chambre de Paris and the Takács Quartet, and at the Aspen Music Festival. He has served as composer-in-residence for Young Concert Artists, the South Dakota Symphony, the Green Bay Symphony and the Lexington Philharmonic. Honours include a Charles Ives Fellowship from the American Academy of Arts and Letters, six ASCAP Young Composer Awards, the BMI William Schuman Prize and the ASCAP Rudolf Nissim Award. His works have been broadcast on NPR’s ‘Performance Today’ and ‘St Paul’s Sundays’, and BBC’s ‘Live from Wigmore Hall’ among others. A graduate of the Curtis Institute of Music, Kellogg earned a Masters of Music and a Doctor of Musical Arts from the Yale School of Music.