Michael Frazier is currently a senior at the University of South
Florida, pursuing a Bachelor’s of Music degree in Acoustic &
Electronic Composition. Frazier studies with Dr. Baljinder Sekhon and
Paul Reller, and serves as the principal bass clarinetist of the USF
Wind Ensemble, as well as the USF Symphony Orchestra and other small
Frazier has composed works for virtually every
medium, employing a variety of compositional techniques in his works
such as twelve-tone systems, set-based systems, and indeterminacy. His
works tend to be an amalgamation of both tonal and atonal sound worlds,
and increasingly explore new soundscapes and textures. Frazier
frequently composes music for exhibits at the USF Contemporary Art
Museum, as well as several other artists and venues in the Tampa area.
Frazier also studies conducting with Dr. John Carmichael and bass clarinet performance under Calvin Falwell.