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Greg Danner Born in Saint Louis, Missouri in 1958, Greg Danner is Professor of Music at Tennessee Technological University. He received the B.A. from Southeast Missouri State University, the M.M. from the Eastman School of Music, and the Ph.D. from Washington University. His principal composition teachers were Charles Smith, Samuel Adler, and Robert Wykes. Danner's awards include the College Band Directors National Association Music for Young Band prize, first prize in the Robert Avalon International Composers Competition, first prize in the vocal category and grand prize in the Delius Society Composition Contest, first prize in the Taghkanic Chorale Composer's Competition, and the Louisiana Music Teachers Association and Kentucky Music Teachers Association Composer Commission Awards. He is a three-time winner in the annual Composers Guild International composition contest, including the Grand Prize in 2010. Danner has received annual ASCAP awards for composition since 1989.
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