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Todd Frazier

Composer and director, Houston Methodist Hospital System’s Center for Performing Arts Medicine (CPAM)

Todd Frazier is a composer and director of Houston Methodist Hospital System’s Center for Performing Arts Medicine (CPAM). The Mission of CPAM is to effectively translate the collaborative potential of arts and medicine to the holistic healthcare environment of Houston Methodist. Under his directorship, the Center received the 2021 Texas Medal of the Arts Award from the Texas Cultural Trust; the 2019 International Hamilton Award from the National Organization for Arts in Health; and the 2017 Business Council for the Arts Award from Americans for the Arts. He has worked to broaden professional opportunities and the scope of education for artists and expand the role and integrated value of the arts in communities and has spent nearly 30 years supporting research, education and accessibility collaborations between education, medicine, and arts and cultural communities in America. He is past president of the National Organization for Arts in Health, founder of American Festival for the Arts and Houston Arts Partners, and in 2016 was awarded the Luminary Award from the Eastman School of Music, which recognizes “individuals who have given extraordinary service to music and the arts at the community and national levels.”

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