Warren’s compositions have been performed at numerous venues, including Carnegie Hall, the Harvard Musical Association, the Lazienkach Museum (Warsaw, Poland), the Riverside Church in New York City, St. Botolph Bishopsgate London, Chicago Cultural Center, Cortile Auditorium in Rome, the Harold Washington Library in Chicago , Elagin Palace (St Petersburg, Russia) , Moscow Bolshava Akademicheskava (Russia) , Eastport Art Center (Maine) , Natl. Assoc. of Teachers of Singing Conference and at universities and festivals throughout the North America and Europe. His work has been performed extensively on six continents, which has helped give it deserved recognition.
"... inspired by Frank E. Warren's lovely score ..." (Terry Brenna, Chicago Reader, at the Gala Opening of the Performance Space at Harold Washington Library in Chicago, IL. Abstract No. 1 (Violin, Violoncello and Dancers), commission by Chicago Dance Medium, Rosemary Doolas - Artistic Director and Choreographer.)