(b. 1981) Jeff Arwady earned his bachelor's and master's degrees in music composition at Central Michigan University, where he studied with David Gillingham and José- Luis Maúrtua. He studied orchestration and composition with Jere Hutcheson at Michigan State University. He studied conducting with John E. Williamson, director of bands at CMU and a well-respected wind conductor in the Midwest, and Carlton Woods, retired orchestral conducting faculty at CMU and former maestro of the Midland Symphony Orchestra. He has created original music for 12 films and has worked with several independent film directors. In 2009, he was awarded “Best Original Score” honors at the PAH Film Festival, hosted by Christopher Coppola.
Arwady, Jeff, "The Mask" (2017). Dunbar Music Archive. 361.