Jesse Clark, M.M.
Visiting Instructor of Music (Theory/Composition/Music Technology/Cello)
B.M., Lebanon Valley College
M.M., Ithaca College
Jesse Clark earned his bachelor’s degree at Lebanon Valley College and master’s degree at Ithaca College studying music composition & theory and audio recording technology. He is a soundtrack composer and sound designer who worked on commercials, video advertisements, and films, such as the Oscar qualifying film, The United States of Autism (2013). As a live audio engineer of almost two decades he mixed Grammy award winning bands and acts including a track on a Grammy award-winning album. As a studio audio engineer he recorded and mixed many of these same acts and was also the main engineer for a prominent weekly radio talk show that “aired” on satellite radio from 2007-2009. As a performing musician, while he is also skilled with bass, piano, and recently sitar, his cello work is heard on the soundtrack for the film, Home (2008), which premiered at the Montreal World Film Fest and went on to be awarded Best of Fest 2009. He is currently working toward his Ph.D. in Music Theory at Temple University.