Frank Niemeyer works extensively as a composer having won numerous arranging and original composition prizes throughout his career.

A versatile composer with an eclectic range of influences, Frank has been commissioned to compose for wind ensemble, string orchestra, jazz band, brass ensembles, and Broadway-style cabaret singers and their orchestras. Additionally, Frank has also been a staff arranger for numerous awarding-winning high school and collegiate marching bands, which include ensembles competing in Bands of America.

In 2010, Frank was commissioned to develop a piece for wind ensemble in commemoration of the state-wide Hudson River Quadra-Centennial Celebration in New York and, more recently, his original compositions for brass ensemble have been published by Cherry Classics. 

For more detailed information about Frank, check out his full Bio here!

Cherry Classics

I'm in the process of having a number of my original compositions and arrangements published by Cherry Classics!

The first piece, an original composition entitled Duneden, is a haunting ballad composed in memory of my childhood home. You can check out a sample score, live recording -- and even purchase it! -- by selecting this link.

Be sure to check back soon for more information about new pieces and to get links for purchasing them directly through Cherry Classics. 

Nardis at JEN

Here's a video of the University of Illinois Concert Jazz Band, under the direction of Chip McNeill, premiering my arrangement of Nardis at the 2018 Jazz Educator's Network Conference.

The performance took place on the mainstage and featured guest artists, Doc Severinsen, Ernie Watts and Jim Pugh.