MM in Contemporary Media/Film Composition from the Eastman School of Music. Currently a freelance composer and sound designer based in New York
New York-based composer whose work blends jazz, classical, American folk, and theatrical music.
Currently in the MFA program in Media Arts at UNT.
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.
Area Director for Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions.
Head of the litigation department and lead trial attorney at the Westlake Law Group in the Los Angeles area. He recently completed his first screenplay, The Temple Effect, for a feature-length film and is still involved with music.
(1989-2019) Composer, Instrumentalist, Conductor, and Educator in the State of Texas. Served as a primary faculty member and Music Director of Hearne Elementary School; previous appointments with Harmony Public Schools and Victoria I.S.D. During his lifetime, he was dedicated to promoting new instrumental/vocal programs and music literacy in low-income school districts.
Graduate studies in Philosophy at the University of Pennsylvania (PhD, 1995). Associate Professor of Philosophy at Loyola University Chicago; previous appointments at Cornell, Emory, Georgia State University, and Boston College.
Co-owner of the printshop Squid Ink Kollective, based in Denton, TX.
Professor of Music Theory and Composition and Graduate Coordinator at the University of Northern Colorado.
Widely regarded as one of the world's pre-eminent bassoonists, as well as an active composer (1926-2000). Served in the Houston and Dallas Symphonies prior to his 33-year appointment as principal bassoonist of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra in 1964. UNT College of Music Alumni Appreciation Award, 1998.
Cultural advisor for the state governor of Chiapas, Mexico; music coordinator and artistic director for Canto Nuevo State Chamber Choir.
Lecturer of Computer Science and Engineering at Southern Methodist University.