The Mike Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business partnered with SESAC March 3 for the second SESAC Session at Ocean Way Nashville’s Studio A Lounge. The special guest speaker was TV and film composer Jonathan Wolff, who is well known for composing music for “Seinfeld,” “Will & Grace” and “Caroline in the City.” During the hour-long event, students were able to have an open dialogue with Wolff, learning firsthand about his extensive career and the working relationship between a composer and SESAC. SESAC Sessions is an hour long event designed to bring SESAC writers and executives together with Curb College students. Pictured (l-r) are Carolyn Johnson, CEMB program assistant; Wolff; and Tim Fink, SESAC.
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