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Kenneth Abeling served as Staff Arranger for five US 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 a ...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
Kate Agioritis is an Australian composer, arranger, music educator and instrumentalist. She started out writing music for use with her own students and performing groups. Today, Kate has an extensive catalogue including various solo, chamber, orchestral and jazz ensemble works, with her small ensemble arrangements proving popular with student and adult performers worldwide. She founded Musika Publ...read more
Born and raised in Canada, Dr. Paul A. Aitken (b. 1970) is now Director of Music & Worship Arts and Composer-in-Residence at the Cathedral of the Rockies in Boise, Idaho where he oversees more than twenty ensembles and a professional staff of six spanning two campuses.
The first-ever winner of the ACDA Brock Student Composition Competition for his piece “Flanders Fields,” Aitken is freque...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
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
Anderson F. Alden is an award-winning composer based in Los Angeles.
Anderson was one of the first four Composer Fellows with the Los Angeles Philharmonic under the direction of Pulitzer Prize-winner Steven Stucky. Anderson’s orchestral work Lift was selected to open the 2016 summer season at the Hollywood Bowl, and was performed by Thomas Wilkins and the Hollywood Bowl Orchestra, on a conce...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
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
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
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
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
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 Arm...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. Most recently, Maestra Falletta and the BPO gave the world premier performance of Carmen's Ser...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
Andrew's catalog of orchestral, band, choral, chamber, and solo vocal works have been performed on four continents by a wide variety of soloists and ensembles. He holds degrees in composition from the University of the Pacific Conservatory of Music, Arizona State University, and the Hartt School.
Andrew currently serves as an Assistant Professor of Music at Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania...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
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
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 many brass ensemble pieces while a member. Shortly after being medically dis...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
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.
Nan writes original music for concert stage, band, film, animation and documentary projects. Her diverse repertoire includes music for piano, orchestra, band and the award winning orchestral work Tributu...read more
MEA Music publishes exciting piano sheet music for the growing piano student, offering a variety of piano solos for all levels and ages. The composer, Michelle Ayler, also owns and operates MEA Piano Studio.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
Braeden Ayres is a conductor and composer, born in Grapevine, Texas. His choral compositions are varied in both style and difficulty, with works for children's chorus, changing voices, high school, as well as collegiate and adult choruses.
For the past four years, Ayres was on the choral faculty at Discovery Canyon Campus in Colorado Springs, CO, where he tripled the size of the choral program...read more