Dallas-based computer programmer, software designer, consultant, and author of several books on computers.
Master's degree in flute performance and PhD in composition from SUNY Buffalo. Currently Assistant Professor of Music Theory and Composition at Acadia University (Wolfville, Nova Scotia).
Founder/Director of Research & Technology at Fellowship Technologies, LP (Irving, TX).
Doctoral studies at the University of Maryland (PhD Musicology, 2002); Assistant Professor of Musicology Texas Christian University (Fort Worth, TX); previously on the faculties of Southern Methodist University, Goucher College, the University of Maryland, and Vanderbilt University.
Currently teaches harmony courses and composition lessons at National Ping Tung University (Ping Tung, Taiwan).
Vice Principal of Hong Kong International Institute of Music.
Currently a freelance composer in the Katy/Houston area.
Freelance vocalist, composer, and voice instructor; currently on the voice faculty of Eastfield College (Dallas, TX).
Jazz composer and performer based in Denver, CO. Currently leader of Hate Camels, an instrumental band that combines jazz, metal, prog-rock, and comedy; previous bands include Emergency Broadcast Players, Sons of Armageddon, and tissues4issues.
Lead Collaborative Learning Specialist at Collective Next, a Boston-based consulting firm specializing in collaboration.
Currently on the faculty of the Dallas School of Music.
Video artist/director/producer based in Denton, TX.
Brooklyn-based freelance composer and collaborative artist.
San Francisco-based performer and composer, founder of Black Hat Records. Performer and composer with the San Francisco Composers Chamber Orchestra.
Arkansas-based composer of choral and brass music, musical comedies, opera, and several screenplays.
AKA Tanner Swain; singer/songwriter/guitarist/lap steel/bassist and producer based in Austin, TX.
Former Professor of Music at Angelo State University (San Angelo, TX) and former music director of Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts (Dallas, TX). Currently working for the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.