DALTON H. REGNIER
Dalton H. Regnier is a composer and clarinetist based in Gainesville, FL. His works have been performed by several chamber and large ensembles, including loadbang, Unheard-of//Ensemble, Xelana Duo, University of Delaware Symphony Orchestra, and Hope College (MI) Wind Ensemble. His wind ensemble piece, “The Great Stone Face,” was recently awarded in Dartmouth College Wind Ensemble’s Composition Competition. He was also awarded an Individual Artist Fellowship from the Delaware Division of the Arts in 2019, which culminated in a recital featuring premieres of three new works in addition to two other chamber works.
He is currently seeking a PhD in music composition with a cognate in clarinet performance from University of Florida, where his primary research is in effective use of bass clarinet extended techniques in contemporary composition. He currently studies composition with Paul Richards, Scott Lee, and James Sain, and clarinet with Mitchell Estrin. He has previously studied composition with Jennifer Margaret Barker and clarinet with Christopher Nichols and Thomas Parchman.