Frank E. Warren, Music Educator
Frank E. Warren graduated Berklee College of Music with two Bachelor of Music degrees: one in composition and the other in music education, marking him Berklee’s first student to graduate with a double major. While there, he also founded the Berklee Student/Composer Organization, which later became part of the school’s curriculum. After graduation, he began a professional teaching career while pursuing a Master of Music degree in Theory/Composition at the University of Lowell (MA).
As a guest composer and clinician, Warren has been a participant in guest artist programs on college campuses and at libraries as well as in various art and music clubs. He’s been a guest composer at Berklee College of Music, Chicago Musical College, Eastern Connecticut State University, Manhattan School of Music, Memphis State University, Newton, MA (Meadowbrook Jr. High), Russell Sage College, and has appeared with Thursday Musical Chamber Series of Minneapolis as well as other organizations.
Profiled in the summer 1991 issue of Chamber Music magazine, interviewed for a series of articles published in the Boston Classical Guitar Society Newsletter, and participating as a guest of Bruce Duffie for classical radio station WNIB-Chicago, Warren enjoys sharing his experience and ideas with a wide range of audiences. The composer offers a variety of seminars and clinics in composition and related subjects for music majors as well as for general audiences. He is included in the International Who’s Who in Music, Contemporary American Composers, and Musical America.
Mr. Warren is currently accepting private students as well as invitations for guest appearances and may be contacted here.