Composer Daniel Kallman maintains a large and varied catalog of works for orchestra, chorus, chamber ensemble, and the young musician. He writes music for worship, theater, dance, and radio. Kallman's works have been performed across the United States and in Europe. He has written for the National Symphony Orchestra, the Minnesota Orchestra, and the Plymouth Music Series and has received support from the McKnight and Jerome Foundations and the American Composers Forum. Kallman has worked on concert and recording projects with Philip Brunelle and Garrison Keillor and has been commissioned to create music for events such as the International Special Olympics and the Pax Christi Award Ceremony. Kallman holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in music from Luther College in Decorah, Iowa, and a Master's degree in music theory and composition from the University of Minnesota, where his principal teachers were Paul Fetler and Dominick Argento. Kallman has written over two dozen works for young singers and instrumentalists. Particularly popular are Friendly Fredrick Fuddlestone and The Mending Song for children's voices, published by Mark Foster Music, a division of Shawnee Press.