Assistant Professor of Low Brass, Theory, and Composition at Hardin-Simmons University (Abilene, TX); active as a performer, composer, and arranger.
Retired trumpet teacher in the Dallas/Fort Worth area.
AKA Jab. Graduate studies at the University of Redlands (MM 1989); musician, composer, and producer based in the Chicago area. Previously worked as a freelance musician in San Francisco and directed a music program for abused children in Finland.
Freelance composer, arranger, and music engraver based in Milwaukee, WI.
Professor of Music Theory and Composition, Interim Dean of the Graduate School/Assistant Provost for Internationalization, Fort Hays State University (Hays, KS).
North Texas-based composer specializing in algorithmic composition, sound synthesis, multimedia video, and interactive pieces, as well as music for acoustic instruments. Currently teaching in the McKinney Independent School District (McKinney, TX).
Freelance musician based in New York City; additional studies in music composition at CUNY Brooklyn College (MA 2008).
Currently in the master's composition program at Pennsylvania State University.
Graduate studies at Manhattan School of Music and Yale University. Professor of Composition, University of Michigan, formerly on the faculty of Oberlin Conservatory (1986-1991); composer-in-residence with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra (1999-2003) and the Colorado Symphony Orchestra (2001-2003). UNT College of Music Alumni Appreciation Award, 2000.
Freelance musician based in Los Angeles.
Founder and CTO of Rockhopper Technologies, Inc., specializing in distributed Object Oriented software development, mentoring, and training.
Currently in the MM program in Contemporary Media/Film Composition at the Eastman School of Music.
New York-based composer whose work blends jazz, classical, American folk, and theatrical music.
Assistant Professor of Music and Sound Design at Digipen Institute of Technology (Redmond, WA).
Pianist/singer/songwriter whose distinguished career has spanned several decades; has worked with such notables as Louis Armstrong, Earl "Fatha" Hines, Count Basie, and Miles Davis, but is perhaps best known for composing the music to the "Schoolhouse Rock" series in the 1970s. Distinguished UNT Alumnus, 2002.