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Composer Jonathan Dawe was born in Boston and has received awards from the Koussevitzky Music Foundation (Library of Congress), New York State Council on the Arts (commission grant), Fromm Foundation Grant (Harvard University), the 1997 Presser Award (Presser Foundation), Charles Ives Scholarship (American Academy of Arts and Letters), Bearns Prize (Columbia University), two ASCAP prizes, two BMI awards, a commission grant from the David Cinnamon Prize, and the Herbert Ellwel Prize (Oberlin College). He has received commissions from conductor James Levine and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, the Brentano String Quartet, Cygnus Ensemble, New Juilliard Ensemble, New York New Music Ensemble, Manhattan Percussion Ensemble, Phoenix Ensemble, and the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton, N.J. His music is recorded on the Furious Artisans label.

Dawe holds a BM from the Oberlin Conservatory and an MM and DMA from Juilliard where he was a student of Richard Hoffmann and Milton Babbitt. He has been on the Juilliard College faculty since 1995 and has also taught in the Evening Division.