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Jay C. Batzner is currently an Assistant Professor at the University of Central Florida where he teaches theory, composition, and technology courses as well as coordinates the composition program. He holds degrees in composition and/or theory from the University of Missouri Kansas City, the University of Louisville, and the University of Kansas.

Jay's music is primarily focused around instrumental chamber works as well as electroacoustic composition. His music has been recorded on the Capstone, Vox Novus, and Beauport Classical labels and is published by Unsafe Bull Music.

Jay is a sci-fi geek, an amateur banjoist, a home brewer, and juggler.





4/25/2006
Anything worth doing is worth overdoing

Sorry about posting in triplicate yesterday. Blogger was acting a bit funny and it never seemed (to me) to actually load the entry. I probably didn't notice since I deposited my dissertation and was used to seeing the same form 3 or 4 times.

And, for those of you sitting on the edges of your seats, I officially accepted the Central Florida gig. So ends my job search. I even got to withdraw from a search today. That was a fun letter to write.

It is amazing how quickly the glums and blahs of the job search melt away when you get one. To all my brethren still in the trenches, fighting the good fight, I will not forget you.