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Harry Bulow has had a distinguished career as a composer, conductor, saxophonist and music administrator. He received his
bachelor's degree in music education from San Diego State University, and his MA and PhD in music theory and composition
from UCLA. He studied composition and orchestration with Aaron Copland, Peter Mennin, Henri Lazarof, Roy Travis, David
Ward-Steinman and Henry Mancini. His works has received numerous awards including 1st Prize at the International
Composers Competition in Trieste, Italy, the "Oscar Espla Prize" from the city of Alicante, Spain and 37 consecutive awards
from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers. His style is eclectic in approach and broad in its appeal. He is
home in jazz, concert, film and sacred music. He is currently Chair of the Division of Music at Purdue University.