Aaron Alon is a composer, writer, director, and filmmaker. His classical music has been performed around the world and his concert, musical theatre, and film works have been included on several CDs and have received numerous national and international composition honors. He’s been an active writer and lyricist since 2009. His plays and musicals have been performed and read around the US and in the UK, and he was a 2022 finalist for the Fred Ebb Award for musical theatre writing. His first feature film, BULLY, premiered in September 2017 and went on to win over 20 awards at film festivals around the world. Current projects include three new stage musicals, new plays and screenplays, and new content for his YouTube channel, which has had over 8 million views. He is a member of ASCAP and a founding member of Houston’s Thunderclap Productions. Aaron holds a doctorate in music composition from Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music, and he is chair of the performing arts, director of music, and a professor of music at Lone Star College-University Park. He is a two-time winner of Lone Star College’s Faculty Excellence Award.