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composer, arranger, educator
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Alex Tedrow is a composer, arranger, and educator who strives to connect performers and audiences of all ages with fresh, fun, and innovative music and technology. Offering a “vivacious and colorful” stylistic voice described as a “topography of beautifully integrated and deliberate sounds” (Eric Smedley), he regularly writes music for a wide variety of media. An Emmy-nominee and ASCAP Morton Gould Award winner, his works have been played internationally by musicians in both professional and educational settings – including the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra, Wet Ink Ensemble, acclaimed broadway performer, Christopher Jackson, and multiple middle school, high school, and college ensembles from nearly every continent. With his background and training as a music educator, he frequently works as a clinician/guest conductor with student musicians to realize their full potential as young artists. Alex currently resides in Washington D.C. as full-time Staff Arranger for The U.S. Army Band "Pershing's Own."

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