Blaise Ferrandino, an accomplished music professor and theorist, has made significant contributions to the field of music education. He earned his doctorate in music composition from Northwestern University and began his career as an assistant professor of music at the University of Oklahoma. Later, he served as a professor of music at several institutions including TCU, where he chaired the Music Theory and Composition department. Throughout his career, Ferrandino has taught music theory, composition, and electronic music, and has inspired countless students. He is regarded as a leading authority in music theory, and his work has been published in several prestigious journals. In addition to his pedagogical work, Ferrandino is an active composer, and his works are performed regularly across the country.