School of Visual & Performing Arts

Department of Music : Faculty

Ed Dzubak

Adjunct Instructor of Music
Applied Audio Production

 

Adjunct professor Ed Dzubak is a four-time, Emmy-award-winning composer. Ed accepted his most recent Emmy June 2014 in Los Angeles for his composing, recording, mixing and sound design work on the Hulu.com series “All My Children”.

Ed’s thirty-plus year career as composer, arranger, sound designer, sound editor and synth programmer make him a perfect fit and valuable asset for West Conn’s innovative applied audio program.

Gavin Guerra’s documentary film “Let The People Decide”, a film about the history of voter suppression, won best film award at the Whistle Blower film festival this past year. Score by adjunct professor Ed Dzubak, featuring westconn alums Noah Feldman on slide guitar and Niles Spaulding on electric and upright bass.

Ed a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music and is proficient on piano, guitar, bass and drums/percussion. He lives in Redding, CT with his wife Sharon, and three cats.

You can learn more about Ed Dzubak at his website, dzubak.com

 

 

Contact: dzubake@wcsu.edu