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Henry Dorn

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Henry Dorn


Henry Dorn (b. 1988, Little Rock, Ark.) is an American composer and conductor.

Mr. Dorn received a B.Music in composition from the University Memphis, an M.Music in composition and wind conducting from the Peabody Institute of the Johns Hopkins University, and is pursuing [2021] a DMA is composition and wind conducting from Michigan State University. His composition teachers include David Biedenbender, Oscar Bettison, Kamran Ince, and Jack Cooper. Conducting teachers include Kevin Sedatole, Harlan D. Parker, and Kraig Alan Williams.

As a composer, his works include performances by the Harlem Quartet, the Elysian Trombone Quartet, Argento Ensemble, the Sanctuary Jazz Orchestra, the Dallas Wind Symphony, among others.

Mr. Dorn has collaborated as a former assistant director to the Memphis Area Youth Wind Ensemble, and former director to the Nu Chamber Collective. Awards include Future of Music Faculty Fellowship recipient from the Inaugural Cleveland Institute of Music and 2010 ASCAP Foundation’s Morton Gould Young Composer Award.

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