D.H. Regnier (b. 1992) is a contemporary classical composer based in Newark, DE. A student of Jennifer Margaret Barker, he is finishing his Master's in Composition at the University of Delaware. Recent premieres include "Old Age," an Arabic song cycle for tenor, clarinet, and piano, "Landmarks From New England: A Symphony for Wind Ensemble," and "In The End, There Were Fewer," for orchestra. He was a finalist for the Morton Gould Young Composer's Awards in 2014, and his music has seen performances in Philadelphia, D.C., and elsewhere in the Mid-Atlantic region.

Works: Wind Ensemble: The Four Elements: A Suite for Band (2014) ...enter the night (2015) Longing for a Better Day (2016) Landmarks from New England: A Symphony for Wind Ensemble (2016) Orchestra: In The End, There Were Fewer (2015) Chamber: Three Miniatures for Wind Trio (2015) Wind Quintet No. 1 "An Unforgotten Journey" (2015) Old Age for tenor, clarinet, and piano (2017) 3 a.m. reflections for flute, clarinet, and cello (2017)


In The End, There Were Fewer