Music Department Professor
SEE Instructor for Music Technology: “Pro Tools”
Alan Wonneberger has been active in the music industry for over 30 years as a musician, composer, recording producer/engineer and teacher. He has engineered and produced thousands of audio and video recordings, including hundreds of commercial releases, on labels such as Naxos, New World, Capstone, Albany, Innova, Soul Note, Sea Breeze, and many others. His work as a producer of the “Stories with Music” series of recordings featuring the London Philharmonic Orchestra, has received widespread critical acclaim and dozens of national and international awards. The thirteenth CD of the series, which features the music of Tchaikovsky, was released in November, 2015. His work as a composer and percussionist has received widespread international airplay, and his recordings are regularly featured on NPR station WETA’s “Front Row Washington”. He is frequently hired as a consultant for electronic equipment and facilities design, and built the first all-digital recording facility in Washington, DC in the mid 1980’s. Mr. Wonneberger is a senior lecturer on the Music faculty at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, and is the director of recording and performance technology. He is a member of the AES, NARAS and BMI.