Composition Alumni Directory
This directory includes alumni who majored in composition as well as those who were otherwise actively involved in the program, such as graduate students with a related field or concentration in composition and BA students with a composition emphasis. Alumni are listed alphabetically and may be searched by last name, degree program, and/or year of degree using the menus below:
- BM, 1996
Adams, William L. Jr.
- DMA, 1978
- BM, 1988
AKA Scrote; Los Angeles-based guitarist/bassist/mixer/producer whose music has been featured in films and television programs on A&E, PBS, CNN, Frontline World, USA, CNET, SciFi, CMT, and many international outlets.
- contact [at] bundinimusic [dot] com
- BM, 1991
Alexander, Joe L.
- DMA, 1991
Assistant Professor of Music in Theory, Composition, and Low Brass at Louisiana Tech University (Ruston, LA), where he is the head of Theory/Composition and Director of the Music Skills and Development Lab.
- alexanda [at] ltparts [dot] latech [dot] edu
- MM (Composition), 1990
- PhD (Music Theory), 1995
- BM, 1975
Senior Systems Analyst and Director of the Imaging Laboratory in the Department of Geological Science's Center for Geophysics at Southern Methodist University.
- dpa [at] mail [dot] isem [dot] smu [dot] edu
- DMA, 2010
Assistant Professor of Composition at Wayne State University; previously served as Dance Media/Production Coordinator at WSU.
- jon [dot] anderson [at] wayne [dot] edu
Anderson, Stephen R.
- MM, 2000
- DMA, 2005
Assistant Professor of Jazz Studies and Composition, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
- anderssr [at] email [dot] unc [dot] edu
- BM, 2004
Graphic and web designer; currently working in the Texas/Dallas History & Archives Division of the Dallas Public Library.
- BethAndresen [at] hotmail [dot] com
- BM, 1977
Arevalo, K. Michelle
- BM, 1987
- MM, 1990
- BM, 1976
Master's degree in composition and theory from the University of Northern Colorado. Currently active as a film and television composer based in Los Angleles.
- neilargo [at] neilargo [dot] com
- DMA, 1971
Retired Professor of Saxophone, Composition, and Theory at Indiana University-Purdue University, Fort Wayne.