Dan Cutchen is a professional composer, arranger, performing artist and teacher. He received his B.A. in music theory and composition from Asbury University and his M.M. in music theory and composition from the University of Miami (FL).
Dan has been in music all his life. He started singing on stage at 5 years old, piano at 10, trombone at 12, guitar at 13 and saxophone at 16.
He has produced or co-produced over 80 full-scale and demo music projects for both secular and sacred musicians. His experience as a composer and arranger is varied and extensive. He has written for concert band, wind ensemble, string quartet, choir, jazz band, brass choir, studio charts and other small and large scale music productions.
Dan started teaching music theory and composition at Dallas Baptist University in 2003.