Victor Frost


Victor Frost took a Masters in composition after having already earned a DMA in piano performance, a good illustration of a life bifurcated between creative and executive musicianship.  He has generally chosen to adhere to established genres, finding new things to say in the old forms, so we find opera and other vocal works, orchestral and chamber music, as well as instrumental solos in his large catalogue.  He recently concluded a project to add works for two, three and four guitars to the repertoire of solos he had been writing his whole life.  Dr. Frost’s principal teachers were Charles Dodge and Myron Fink in composition, George Roth and Jon Klibonoff in piano, Flor Peeters and Calvin Hampton in organ.