Kenneth Abeling served as Staff Arranger for five U.S. Army Bands throughout his 34-year Military career. He retired in 2017 as the First Sergeant and Enlisted Bandleader of the 85th Army Band in Arlington Heights, IL. During that time, he arranged almost exclusively for Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble. His Chamber Music or Small Ensemble arrangements and transcriptions are offered here. Ken holds ...read more
Barbara has 29 years teaching experience K-12. She is currently teaching vocal/small ensemble music at the middle school level. In addition, Barbara teaches private piano, guitar, and vocal lessons. Currently, she serves as pianist and choir director for one of the area churches. She has served as choir director, pianist, organist, accompanist at various area churches for 30 years.
Teaching Sty...read more
Deborah J. Anderson grew up in Tacoma, Washington, and began composing at the piano at age 6.
As a teenager she continued piano studies as well as voice. In college she majored in languages, later serving in the Peace Corps (Tunisia) where she taught English and studied the Arabic 'oud and popular Arabic songs. Later she fulfilled a life-long dream of learning to play the English Renaissance l...read more
Don A. Abernathy, has been a music educator in the public school, teaching in Utah since moving from Colorado in 2001. Retired since 2017, he now devotes more time to his considerable output in music composition and arranging. He received his two undergraduate degrees (BM & BME) from The University of Northern Colorado, and his Masters Degree (ME) from The University of Oklahoma.
After moving ...read more
Sid Acharya is an Award-Winning Australian composer and pianist who debuted his first release in 2018, Tomaree: An Ancient Summit, a score for an independent documentary. Sid was raised in England and Scotland and moved to Newcastle, Australia at age 10.
Sid currently composes for film, TV, sync libraries and commercials. Some of his previous and current clients include NASA, Houston Space Cen...read more
Scudder Music Publishing is committed to helping musicians maximize their success by providing materials that systematically develop the musical skills necessary for them to become strong, independent creators of music.read more
Middle school choral director in Mississippi.
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Directors have permission to place performance recordings and videos of my pieces online as long as they include my name in the credits & email me so I can enjoy the performance!read more
Stormcues Limited is an innovative, fully integrated multimedia and music publishing company dedicated to providing music production and post-production services for the film, television, videogame, multimedia and motion picture advertising industries. The company has been notably adept at scoring the kind of exciting yet varied range of music commonly heard in Hollywood motion picture advertising...read more
Kate Agioritis is an Australian composer, arranger, music educator and instrumentalist. She wrote and recorded her first song at age 10 and has been writing and arranging music ever since. Today, Kate has an extensive catalogue including various solo, chamber, orchestral and band works, with her small ensemble arrangements proving popular with student and adult performers worldwide. She founded Mu...read more
Vartan Agopian is a Lebanese (Armenian origin) pianist/composer/orchestrator/arranger based in Prague. With a double master's degree in piano performance and music education and a doctorate in music theory and education, Vartan Agopian teaches harmony, analysis, and music education at Charles University in Prague, in addition to composing/arranging for various artists and ensembles. He frequently ...read more
John Aguilar is an award-winning Band Director and equity-driven educator from Seattle, WA who is committed to ensuring that each and every student receives a high-quality and rigorous music education that will help them become successful citizens, scholars, artists, and activists in school and in life. He currently serves as the Director of Bands at Robert Eagle Staff Middle School and was respon...read more
Jim has published with Beckenhorst, Shawnee, Celebrating Grace, Jubilate, Lorenz, Hope, Hinshaw, and the Korea Baptist Church Development Board (KBCDB). He was born in Missouri, and has served as Minister of Worship & Music at various churches in KY, AL, LA, FL, & VA. He served overseas for 20 years with the KBCDB in Seoul, South Korea, where he served as a worship and music consultant.
Dr. Paul A. Aitken (b. 1970) is a freelance composer/conductor and Director of Music Emeritus of the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise, Idaho.
The first-ever winner of the ACDA Brock Student Composition Competition for his piece “Flanders Fields,” Aitken is sought after as both conductor and composer. He has been commissioned by organizations such as the American Guild of Organists, the Sta...read more
Stephen Akina, originally from Honolulu, Hawaii enjoys an all-rounded music career as a composer, educator and church musician. He attended the University of Hawaii as an undergraduate, and his graduate studies at San Diego State University in music where he also served as an adjunct faculty member.
Akina is known as a film composer. His music is heard in numerous films, television shows, video ...read more
Ahmed Alabaca was raised in San Bernardino CA, and began composing and playing the piano at age 6, finding an escape and comfort in music. Ahmed moved to New York in 2006 and readily adjusted to the life of a struggling artist, buying a keyboard before buying a bed. For a time, all he did was compose and work, scoring several plays and an original musical. Ahmed earned his B.A. in Music from Hunte...read more
Award-winning composer Adrienne Albert (ASCAP) has had her chamber, choral, vocal, orchestral and wind band works performed throughout the U.S. and across the globe. Her music is widely known for its “melodic and lyrical beauty” and “whimsy and playfulness”. Having previously worked as a singer with composers such as Stravinsky, Bernstein, Glass, and Schuller to name a few, Albert began co...read more
In 1988, during a study break in medical school, David Albracht began composing guitar chords and melodies to portions of the Psalms, word for word from the text of the KJV translation. Composing contemporary music to the Psalms has become a life work for David. To date, he has composed music for more than half of the 150 biblical psalms.
In 1996, David completed training at the Recordin...read more
I am a general music teacher for K-6 in central Ohio. I absolutely love it! I have also had a passion for band ever since I started the clarinet in 4th grade. I find the things I love to write the most are arrangements of old hymns. I love to find new ways to play them with various instruments.read more
Anderson F. Alden is an award-winning composer based in Los Angeles. Anderson works at Hans Zimmer's Remote Control Productions with James S. Levine (American Horror Story, Glee, Bloodline, Major Crimes, Nip Tuck, Star, Royal Pains, The Last Ship, Rizzoli & Isles, Damages, The Closer, The Weatherman, Madagascar).
Anderson was selected to be one of the first four Composer Fellows with the Los An...read more
Debbie Allen is a public-school music educator, with experience teaching at all grade levels in vocal and instrumental music. Creating original music for school bands and orchestras, to challenge and inspire kids, is a way of giving back to honor the inspiration and enlightenment received as an educator. In addition to teaching assignments, Debbie served as the K-12 Performing Arts Curriculum Sp...read more
Virginia Allen has conducted ensembles on stages around the U.S. and in Europe, South America, and Asia. Prior to teaching on the college level, she enjoyed a 20-year career as a conductor and administrator in the U.S. Army Bands Program and achieved the rank of lieutenant colonel. As a pioneer for women in military bands, she was the first woman conductor of The U.S. Army Field Band and The Soldi...read more
For 20 years, Heather Allen has taught music in public school and to homeschoolers (hers and other people’s), given private music lessons, sung in and directed choirs and played clarinet in local bands. Heather holds a Bachelor of Music Education and a Master of Education (Teaching Reading).
Whatever the outlet, bringing order to the sound chaos around her has been a lifelong joy. Let Heat...read more
Kristen Allred loves composing piano, choral and instrumental music and currently has four pieces on the National Federation of Music Clubs repertoire list. She has over 80 published pieces, and is published by the Niel A. Kjos Music Company and Jackman Music.
She has a degree in Piano Pedagogy from Utah State University where she was awarded Teacher of the Year from the USU Youth Conservatory....read more
Mary Kay Altizer is currently the Department Chair of the Performing Arts at Oaks Christian School in Westlake Village, CA. She conducts the orchestra, oversees the piano department, and has developed and teaches the digital recording and production program, utilizing Pro Tools and Logic Pro X. In addition to being a professional pianist and violist, she is a writer and arranger and has written ...read more
Gerry has over 50 years of performing, arranging, and composing experience in a vast array of ensembles that include symphonic, rock, jazz, country, chamber, studio, show bands, musicals, and big bands. He holds a bachelors degree in multiple woodwinds from the Indiana University School of Music.
Gerry was a woodwind instructor at the Navy School of Music for 6 years, and has traveled the world ...read more
Gregory W. Amerind (b. 1957) has been performing since the age of 5 studying piano, trumpet, and voice throughout his school years, majoring in music and theater at UCLA and Cal State University, Northridge, and at Arizona State University. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Music Education, Master of Music degree in Voice Performance, and Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) degree in Choral Conducting.
A ...read more
Ann Kapp Andersen was born in Ogden, UT and grew up on a farm in Vale, OR. Her family were all talented in music, and Ann began piano study with her mother, Ruth Saunders Kapp, at the age of six. She attended Brigham Young University for two years as a piano major, then married Thayne Andersen and worked as a secretary to help him get his B.S. and M.S.W. in social work. The Andersens lived in A...read more
Mr. Anderson earned a Bachelor of Music in organ performance, cum laude, from Birmingham-Southern College, where he studied organ with James Cook and James Dorroh, choral conducting under Hugh Thomas and Tom Gibbs, piano with Alison Lee, bassoon with Jack Sharp, voice with Jane Glaser, and composition with Charles Mason. He won first prize in numerous organ playing competitions including the Atlan...read more
Linda Slaton Anderson’s compositions are reflections of her religious faith and of her desire to create uplifting, inspirational music. Her songs express themes of peace, hope, and love. After receiving an undergraduate degree in the French language from Birmingham-Southern College and a degree in French Civilization from the Sorbonne in Paris, and later an M.S. degree in counseling, Linda’s...read more
James Anderson is the orchestra teacher in Menomonie, WI, teaching grade 6-12 strings. He resides in Menomonie with his wife and two daughters and enjoys the works of Stephen King in his spare time.read more
A native of New Jersey, Joe grew up with a variety of musical styles and influences from progressive rock, R&B and fusion. He combined those influences at the University of Southern California into the world of Film Scoring. Studying with some of the biggest names in composition and performance gave Joe a very schooled approach. He can now pull from many sources when producing music. He is a drumm...read more
Richard Andrews has been an educator and church music director as well as a composer and a pianist. As a pianist his chief interests are composition and improvisation,
His early influences included Harlem stride pianist Willie "the Lion" Smith, and, when he was a student at Juilliard, his composition teacher, Vincent Persichetti. He completed his B.S. degree in composition at Juilliard, and his...read more
The band compositions of Keith S Andrews draw upon his years working with students in the rehearsal hall and in the classroom. As a composer he consistently creates beautiful and meaningful music that will help you inspire those in your classroom. Mr. Andrews studied music theory and composition at Southeast Missouri State University and the University of North Texas. He spent the early part of ...read more
Jonathan Andrews has been in Church Ministry for over 30 years. And has been a Pastor at the same church since 2001. He understands the unique challenges facing the Church and the importance of songs that teach deep theological truths while giving the musician something worth playing and singing.read more
Jonathan Annis is a graduate research assistant at the University of Oklahoma pursuing a Doctor of Musical Arts degree in music composition. He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from Carson-Newman college with majors in music composition, music theory, and saxophone performance, and a Master of Music degree from the University of Oklahoma in music composition. His primary composition teachers inclu...read more
Born and raised in Limassol, Cyprus, Aris Antoniades has composed the original soundtrack for the Cannes listed short-film Not Now (Short-Film Corner 2014), as well as five other films. His latest soundtrack for the film Ophelia, by Katalina Gutierrez, is currently in audio post-production.
Mr. Antoniades' concert music is heavily influenced by his Greek heritage: merging Hellenic folk dance r...read more
Antonius is a musician born in the Netherlands and currently living and working in California. He studied piano at the Royal Conservatory in The Hague and composition at the Rotterdam Conservatory. He studied Indian classical music with, and was assistant to, legendary composer Terry Riley. His works have been performed by The Netherlands Ballet Orchestra, Volti, Roomful of Teeth, Lydia Forbes, Ma...read more
Diana L. Appler received her early musical training at the University of Oregon, graduating in 1980 with a Bachelor of Arts in Music. Over the last 30+ years she continuously used that training to further develop her love of music. She has served more than 25 years in various US Army bands, mostly as principal clarinetist, culminating as the First Sergeant/Enlisted Bandleader of the 56th Army Band...read more
Carmen Jude Aquila's music has been performed around the world, from Long Island to Beijing. World-renowned conductors the likes of JoAnn Falletta and Edwin London have brought Carmen's music to life with ensembles as prestigious as the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra and the Cleveland Chamber Symphony.
Carmen's BM in composition was awarded in 1998 with honors from the State University of New ...read more
Venezuelan arranger and composer born in Caracas, Venezuela in 1970.
He initiated his musical studies at the INSTITUTO PRIVADO DE EDUCACION MUSICAL (IPEM) in Valencia, Venezuela with BETTY DE VESPA and NELSON CHALBAUD, continuing his musical studies along with his studies in Information Engineering, a discipline he currently practices.
He got involved in choral singing since 1984, being memb...read more
Marc is a veteran international composer and music producer who has composed hundreds of scores for film, TV, Contemporary Christian records and commercials. Musical career highlights include eight feature films, over 90 TV shows for non-fiction networks (two of which won Emmys and one of which won a Peabody Award), six albums, over 500 commercials, one commissioned musical for Tokyo's "Broadway,"...read more
Brennan Arceneaux is a music educator, arranger/composer and musician playing in the pits(!) of New Orleans, Baton Rouge and the Northshore, both as trombonist (and euphoniumist and tubist) and second keyboardist impersonating percussion, strings, accordian, harp, and a real pianist. Brennan has been recently heard and sometimes seen in White Christmas, Damn Yankees, RENT, Cabaret, Annie...read more
Barbara Arens is a passionately dedicated piano teacher. She began her studies at the Mozarteum in Salzburg at the age of 13.
After a concert career performing primarily as harpsichordist and organist, Barbara Arens now puts her diverse abilities and experiences into composing for her piano pupils. She presently lives near Würzburg, Germany, after living in Beirut, Dallas, San Francisco, Singapo...read more
Daniel J. Armistead is a composer, arranger, and saxophonist in the greater Philadelphia area with a passion for creativity and performance. Over the course of his career, he has worked diligently with fellow musicians and colleagues alike to develop his compositional craft and mastery of the saxophone. Growing up, Daniel was exposed to music at an early age, with both parents being musicians, and...read more
A former Navy musician, Douglas earned his Bachelor of Music degree in Theory and Composition (MM, abt) from the University of Arizona, where he studied composition with Robert Muczynski, John Gibson and Dr. Karl Miller. He has conducted major orchestral works by Mozart, Beethoven, Copland, Vaughn-Williams and Stravinsky, among others. His arrangements for winds and British brass bands have been...read more
An active church musician for most of his life, Mark Arnold currently serves as Director of Handbell Ministries at the First Baptist Church of Keller TX, where he directs four of the church's six handbell choirs, coaches handbell soloists and ensembles, and directs the Mens Choir. An avid instrumentalist, he also plays bass in the church's worship band and horn in the orchestra. A graduate of th...read more
Israeli born composer and singer/songwriter Ayala Asherov started writing songs at age 16. After several years as an actress in theater, television and film, she completed her music studies at the Rimon School of Music in Tel Aviv, In 1998 received her Bachelor of Music Summa Cum Laude from Berklee College of Music in Boston in composition and film scoring, and her Masters in film scoring at the U...read more
Anthony Ashur has been composing since he was 13 years old. A professional pianist, church musician, and high school music teacher, Mr. Ashur has composed for choir, string instruments, organ and piano. He has arranged and recorded 7 albums of Christian inspirational piano music. HIs music is available on Apple Tunes, Spotify and YouTube.read more
I am a composer of concert (mostly tonal, post modern, neo-classical) music. I was born and raised in Newton Massachusetts and initially studied at the Berklee College of Music in Boston. While there I studied composition with Paul Schmeling and John Bavicchi. I also got a little help and guidance from Newton Wayland (arranger for the Boston Pops), Joe Raposo (composer of the Sesame Street theme)...read more
Mark Aubel has been teaching middle school and high school band, orchestra, and choir for 30 years. His award-winning groups have performed all over the U.S.. His compositions can be heard on youtube under Amador Valley High School. He currently teaches for the Pleasanton Unified School District in Pleasanton, CA.read more
Matthew Aubel is a young musician based out of the California Bay Area. He attended school in the Pleasanton Unified School district and frequently writes for many of the various school music ensembles. He has marched in the Blue Devils "B" Drum and Bugle Corps, winning one Open Class World Championship in 2014, and wrote brass ensemble pieces while a member. Shortly after being medically discharg...read more
Tim Aucoin, music teacher and bassist, is a native of New Orleans but now resides in Atlanta, GA. He particularly enjoys writing and performing music for strings in jazz-related styles. He has performed internationally with many diverse acts such as Grammy nominated jazz vocalist - Nnenna Freelon, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, the Mamas and the Papas, Allen Toussaint, Pete Fountain, and Luther Kent...read more
Daniel S. Augustine has a Ph.D. in music theory and is a part-time professional tuba player in Austin, Texas. He has published many arrangements for tuba, tuba quartet/ensemble, brass quintet/ensemble, brass band, and pep/polka band. Now retired, he has played professionally in the Reno and Austin areas, including the Reno symphony orchestra, the Reno Municipal Band, and bands backing Peggy Lee a...read more
A graduate of Virginia Commonwealth University, Jodi Austin is a veteran orchestra and guitar director of 17 where her students consistently receive superior ratings at district orchestra assessment and solo & ensemble events. She has taught public school orchestra and guitar grades 4-12. At the 2017 VMEA conference, she presented a session on implementation of chamber music in the large ensemble....read more
Ms. Avant (www.nanavant.com) is available to attend live performances of her works. Please contact Ms. Avant if your ensemble or orchestra is planning to include her work on your program.
Avant has won awards for her music and is a four-time Nominee in the Hollywood Music in Media Awards. Avant’s Tributum for Celtic Bagpipes and Orchestra won the 13th Annual Independent Music Vox Populi Award...read more
A third-generation American composer and conductor based in Santa Monica, David Avshalomov is also an accomplished bass vocalist. He composes in an accessible neo-tonal, modern Romantic style that balances a lyric gift with characteristic rhythmic vitality and pungent harmonies. His influences include the great 20th-century tonal composers (plus his late father Jacob and grandfather Aaron). He has...read more
Ayotte Custom Musical Engravings is an ASCAP-affiliated custom musical engraving firm whose goal is to provide you the musician, with a platform for communicating your creative ideas to other musicians and to your audience. We specialize in preparing musical examples for publication as well as all types of musical scores. We will render your handwritten examples and musical scores into crystal-cl...read more
Dr. Braeden Ayres is the Artistic Director and Conductor of the Portland Gay Men's Chorus. Prior to his work with PGMC, Ayres served on the vocal faculty at Black Hawk College in Moline, IL, and holds degrees from Florida State University (Ph.D., Choral Music Education), the University of Northern Colorado (M.M., Choral Conducting), and Baylor University (B.M.E., Choral Music Education). Previousl...read more