Kenneth Froelich’s composition wins judge’s citation

Composer Dr. Kenneth D. Froelich, a professor of theory and composition in the Music Department, received a Judge’s Citation in the “Sonata of the Year” category of the 2017 American Prize Chamber Music category, for his composition “A Sonata for Clarinet and Piano.”

 

You can hear Froelich’s piece here on Spotify, from his “Nerd Songs” album.

 

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