Henri Benard is a multi-instrumentalist with Award-Winning Phoenix-based groups Dry River Yacht Club, Peachcake, and Traveler. Henri has been actively involved in the Music Industry for 11+ years, with experience in artist management, merchandising, copyright, promotions, licensing, publishing, and live performance. His performing experiences include both national and international touring, performing shows in 39 US States, as well as festival performances in Canada.
Teaching: MUC09 Merchandising and The Law; MUC110 Recording Industry & Mass Media; MUC210 Concert Promotion and Touring
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Barry Goldstein’s musical experience spans many styles and genres from Co-Producing the Grammy Award winning track, 69 Freedom Special, with Les Paul for Best Rock Instrumental in 2005, to providing ambient music for Shirley Maclaine. Barry has composed and produced for Television, Film, Major record labels and Top Ten Recording artists and has worked with some of the hottest studio musicians in the industry!
Teaching: MTC111 Lyric Writing and MTC111 Songwriting Techniques
Marketing and promotions guru, Conrad has been in the Music Industry for over 40 years. He has worked extensively with major record labels and superstar music acts including, Bruce Springsteen, U2, Metallica, The Rolling Stones, Aerosmith, Pink Floyd, among many others. As a Promotions Manager for Columbia Records, he garnered over 40 gold and platinum records with the artists under his representation. Conrad is, currently, a partner at Tad Management and promotes major entertainment events across the country.
Teaching: MUC211 Artist Management and Talent Development
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Linda Dickerman is a Certified Public Accountant and owns Strategic Points Business Solutions. She has experience in long-term financial and business planning including entrepreneurial business systems, and small business taxation. She has 10+ years of experience in strategic business planning in industries such as Entertainment, Hospitality, Tourism, Construction, Education and Real Estate.
Teaching: MUC209 Music Industry Entrepreneurship
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Stephen Nebgen is an attorney with over thirty-five years in the entertainment industry. He is an attorney with a specialty in entertainment law. His clients include musicians, film, television, and theatre companies, actors, and artists. He counsels clients regarding business formation, intellectual property matters in copyright and trademarks, contract negotiations and other corporate matters.
Teaching: MUC109 Merchandising and the Law
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Andre Noe is a multi-faceted Disc Jockey and award-winning Video/Film/TV Producer. Andre is the founder and CEO of mobile Disc Jockey service, Andre's Music With Personality, which has successfully served a diverse range of clients in the hospitality and corporate industries for the past 15+ years. Andre is also a filmmaker and music video director and co-owns Cine-Sound Entertainment, which has won multiple awards for film making and music video production.
Teaching: MUC135 Introduction to Disc Jockey Techniques; MUC137 Digital Disc Jockey Performance; MUC138 Disc Jockey Lab.
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Mary Papenhausen brings over 15 years of experience in the music entertainment, distribution and retail industry. She has held many key roles in record marketing, promotions and sales with positions at BMG/Sony, Virgin Entertainment, among others. As the Promotions Director and Buyer for ZIA Record Exchange, Mary oversees all aspects of internet, mobile, social and in-store marketing and manages large market territories across the Western US.
Teaching: MUC295AA Self-Promotion for the Music Industry
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Les Scott is a veteran producer and music publisher whose publishing company Source Q Boutique has placed hundreds of songs and compositions in Film & TV. Placements include Chicago P.D., Shameless, Once Upon A Time, American Idol, Breaking Bad, and Weeds, among others. Les is an expert consultant on music licenses, production and recording contracts, writer collaborations, performance releases, and publishing agreements.
Teaching: MUC110 Recording Industry and Mass Media
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Dan Tomlinson's experience in the Music Industry runs the gamut from performing to recording to teaching. Dan is an accomplished musician and is on the A-list of top session drummers in the Phoenix area and beyond. While playing drums with Lyle Lovett for 16 years, Dan participated in many television appearances, including The Tonight Show, David Letterman, Conan O’Brien, Austin City Limits, the Grammy Awards, Arsenio Hall, and the White House. Dan is also an experienced recording engineer and works with all the top studios in the Phoenix area.
Teaching: MUC145 Recording Studio Business Operations
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Robb Vallier is a successful songwriter, composer and producer with multiple Award-winning credits and projects including music for films: Band of Brothers, Mr. Holland’s Opus, and Showgirls and music for Broadway, TV, Commercials and Live Events including: The Olympics, Spamalot, TNT television, and American Idol. Robb also leads record production for recording studios in Los Angeles and Phoenix. His recording work includes the Wailing Souls and the Gin Blossoms.
Teaching: MTC111 Lyric Writing; MUC240 Creative Music Production; MUC242 Music Genres and Styles
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Matthew Wenzlau has extensive experience in music and entertainment law. He holds a J.D. from Regent University School of Law, Advanced Music Business and Legal Certifications from Berklee College of Music and University of California Los Angeles, and an M.B.A. from The W.P. Carey School of Business. Matthew is the owner of Wenzlau Law Group.
Teaching: MUC110 Recording Industry & Mass Media
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