Stephen Jablonsky Edit Profile
Bachelor, City College of New York, 1962. Postgraduate, Harvard University, 1963. Master of Arts, New York University, 1964.
Doctor of Philosophy, New York University, 1973. Postgraduate, Bridgeport University, 1983. Composition studies with Mark Brunswick, Leon Kirchner, Paul Turok, Pierre Boulez.
Music teacher New York City Board Education, 1965—1968. Assistant director Lake Bryn Mawr Camp, Honesdale, Pennsylvania, 1968—1970. Associate professor music theory & composition, humanities City College of New York, New York City, since 1964, chairman music department, since 2002.
Consultant Lifetime Learning Systems, Fairfield, Connecticut, 1978-1990. Editor-in-chief The Work and Family Public Group, 1993-1994. Chief finance officer, director computer services Youth Marketing International, 1994-1998.
Vice president The Weiner Nusim Foundation, 1997-2004. Conducting fellow National Orchestral Association, New York City, 1973-1976. Board directors Musigraphics, Inc., Easton, Connecticut, 1975-1980.
Professional artist/graphic designer, since 1968. Consultant Youth Marketing International, since 1999, Columbia Broadcasting System Camera III, 1975-1976, Exxon/Affiliate Artists Conducting Program, 1976.
Member American Association of University Professors, American Society of Composers, International Trumpet Guild, Stamford Art Association, New Canaan Society for the Arts, Professional Staff Congress, College Music Society, Society Music Theory, Phi Mu Alpha Sinfonia, Alpha Epsilon Pi.
Married Roberta Nusim, August 29, 1965 (divorced January 1999). Married Tina Sophia Ostrander, May 23, 2003.
1965 - 1968
1968 - 1970