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Mark Brymer Mark Brymer For more than 20 years, Mark Brymer has been a leading choral writer/arranger for the educational and church choral music markets. With literally hundreds of original choral works, musical reviews, medleys, and copyrighted arrangements in print, Mark sells over 600,000 copies of music annually through Hal Leonard Corporation. Additional educational publication credits include being a Senior Music Producer and Arranger for over 400 recordings for the K-6 McGraw-Hill Music Textbook Series and the songwriter and co-creator of the 50-book series “Sing & Read Math” (Pre-K), for Frog Street Press. Commercially, Mark heads a full service music production and live theatrical show production company, WOW! ENTERTAINMENT, INC. whose clients include, Six Flags Theme Parks (7 different parks), Corporate Magic, New Orleans' Jazzland Theme Park, Mary Kay Cosmetics, Carnival Cruise Lines and the Pirates Voyage and the Dixie Stampede Dinner/Arena Attractions (3 locations). Some of Mark's commercial music production credits include, co-writing and producing the opening and end title song, "Digga Digga Dog" for Disney's feature film, "102 Dalmatians" starring Glenn Close. This song is also featured on the movie soundtrack. Mark also produced and arranged three top selling children's records, "Have Yourself A Looney Tunes Christmas," "Frosty The Snowman," and "Looney Tunes Kwazy Christmas" for RHINO Records. In 1997 the Gospel Music Association honored Mark with a nomination for a DOVE Award for musical of the year, "Majesty of Christmas." Mark's academic background includes Millikin University, University of North Texas and UCLA-Los Angeles. Based in Dallas, Texas, Mark is active in his church, loves spending time with his family and friends, living healthy, exercising and walking his dog, Sophie. Follow him on Facebook or Twitter. Publications by Mark Brymer
Jerry Rubino Jerry Rubino Jerry Rubino is a conductor/teacher/pianist/coach/singer regarded for his diverse musical interests, engaging artistry, and passionate enthusiasm for performing arts. Jerry founded and directs VOICES 360, a vocal and instrumental ensemble that prioritizes the collaborative process of the singer/actor and dancer to present multi disciplined performances of repertoire including early music, classical music, gospel, pop and jazz. His groups appear in diverse venues from Macy’s to Orchestra Hall. Rubino worked for twenty-three seasons with the Dale Warland Singers, as associate conductor, director of special projects and music education, pianist, singer and arranger. In 2007, he was appointed assistant conductor of the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra Chorale, continuing his collaboration with Dale Warland, artistic director. In 2011, he was appointed Artistic Director of Voices of Experience, a new choral outreach of the Minnesota Chorale and MacPhail School of Music, for seniors, 55+ with the mission to foster life long learning and community. Jerry was named an editor for the Voices of Distinction series with Hal Leonard in 2005, serves as a frequent workshop presenter and is editing a new Christmas choral collection for Oxford University Press titled The Sound of an American Christmas due in Spring, 2013.  He serves as repertoire and standards chair for vocal jazz for the North Central Division of the American Choral Directors Association, is a member of ASCAP and is requested nationally as a choral clinician, music director, pianist and adjudicator.