Graduate studies at National University (MS in Education); owner of Solaris Electric Company (San Diego, CA).
Associate Professor of Composition, Berklee College of Music.
Dallas-based freelance composer and teacher.
Graduate studies at SUNY Stony Brook (MM, PhD). New York-based freelance composer/pianist, whose work combines traditional Colombian Andean music, jazz/improvisation, avant-garde, and electroacoustic music.
Currently in the master's composition program at the University of Redlands.
Master's and doctoral degrees in music theory from the Eastman School of Music, where he is Professor Emeritus of Music Theory (1963-1997).
Currently on the faculty at Rose State College (Oklahoma City, OK), where he is director of the audio recording program. Formerly instructor in the production program at the Academy of Contemporary Music, University of Central Oklahoma (Edmund, OK).
Currently Director of Music Ministry at Our Lady Comforter of the Afflicted in Waltham, MA.
Currently an active composer in the Denton, TX area and a PhD student at UNT.
Retired Professor of Music (Theory, Composition, Percussion, Electronic Music) at California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
American composer, arranger, conductor, and music educator (1912-1978). Radio producer for NBC's Symphony of the Air during the Toscanini era. Served on the faculties of Southern Methodist University, Dallas Baptist College, the University of South Carolina, and Interlochen. UNT Distinguished Alumnus, 1974.
Associate Professor of Music at Texas Christian University, Music Director Emeritus of the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, and Jury Chairman of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition since 1973. UNT College of Music Alumni Appreciation Award, 1984.
MM degree in Jazz Studies from Rutgers University (1997). Professor of Music at the University of the Arts (Philadelphia, PA), where he serves as Division Head of Graduate Jazz Studies, Piano Department Coordinator, and Theory Department Co-Chair. Also active as a jazz composer and pianist.