Daniel French (b. 1988) is a composer whose diverse body of work includes music for orchestra, band, choir, chamber ensembles, and the voice. Mr. French holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Composition from the Manhattan School of Music in New York City where he studied with Richard Danielpour. Other teachers include Nils Vigeland, Reiko Fueting, David Noon, Paul Chihara, Ian Krouse, and David Lefkowitz. Mr. French’s music has been heard in venues all over the United States, including Zipper Hall in Los Angeles, the Broad Stage in Santa Monica, and John Knowles Paine Concert Hall at Harvard University. Mr. French is affiliated with the American Society of Composers and Producers (ASCAP), the American Music Center (AMC), the College Music Society (CMS), and has collaborated with conductors such as David Gilbert, Luke McEndarfer, Jack Stamp, and John Carnahan. Mr. French, a native of Los Angeles, California, currently serves as a graduate teaching fellow at the University of California, Los Angeles where he is pursuing his Ph.D in Music Composition.