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Harrison J Collins

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Harrison J. Collins

Biography

Harrison J. Collins (b. 29 December 1999, Dallas, Tx.) is an American composer and student.

Mr. Collins began composing at the age of fourteen. Since then, he has made a name for himself across the United States as a skilled composer. He combines his musical studies in academic settings with years of self-teaching and a strong intuition to write music that challenges and connects to performers and listeners alike. Harrison studied at Illinois State University with Roy Magnuson and Roger Zare, before moving to Texas Christian University in 2021 to study music composition and bassoon.

Collins' works for wind ensemble have been performed across the United States and Internationally. He is a winner of numerous composition competitions, including the Sinta Quartet Composition Competition, the Dallas Winds Fanfare Competition, the National Young Composers Challenge, the Austin Symphony Orchestra's Texas Young Composers Competition, and multiple Fifteen Minutes of Fame competitions held by Vox Novus, including one in which his work was selected for performance by the West Point Band.


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