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Carl Strommen

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Carl Strommen

Biography

Carl Strommen (b. 1940) is an American composer, music teacher, and conductor. He attended and graduated from Long Island University ( B.A. English Literature) and The City College of New York (M.A, Music). He studied orchestration with Manny Albam and Rayburn Wright and composition with Stefan Wolpe.

Carl Strommen's contributions to band, orchestra, jazz band and vocal music make him one of the most performed composer/arrangers, nationally and internationally. His music is heard regularly in concert settings, television, and film. Mr. Strommen is in constant demand as a clinician and commission writer. His prolific and varied output has consistently earned him the annual ASCAP Standard Writers Award.

Mr. Strommen keeps in touch with the academic community as an adjunct professor of orchestration and composition at the C.W. Post Campus of Long Island University in Brookville, NY. His publishers include Warner Bros., Belwin, Alfred, Carl Fischer, Barnhouse, Kendor, Heritage and Smart Chart. His compositions and arrangements are performed worldwide. He and his family live in Long Island and regularly spend extended family time in Denver and Boulder, Colorado.


Works for Winds

Adaptable Music

  • Sundance (Flex instrumentation) (2012/2014)


All Wind Works


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