Zack Sulsky
  • 27, Male
  • New York, NY
  • United States
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I am the Coordinator of Educational Media and Technology at Carnegie Hall's Weill Music Institute. Along with Yasmin de Soiza and Christopher Amos, I help to manage and facilitate participation in this community, as well as other educational programs at Carnegie Hall that relate to technology and digital media. 

I earned a B.A. in Music from Wesleyan University, where I studied a wide range of music, focusing especially on jazz, film music, and the Great American Songbook. I also spent time studying jazz at Berklee College of Music in Boston. Before coming to Carnegie Hall, I developed Sketch-a-Song, a music-making app for iOS and Android. I play piano and saxophone, and write songs, film scores, and jazz charts in my free time.

Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions about using the site or suggestions for making this community better.

Profile Information

I am a:
Carnegie Hall staff member
My school is:
Weill Music Institute at Carnegie Hall
My style(s) of music:
Blues, Film, Folk, Funk, Indie, Jazz, Latin, Musical Theater, Rock, World
I am interested in:
Composing / Arranging, Film Scoring / Soundtracks, Multimedia Projects, Music Theory, Performing, Songwriting / Writing Lyrics
My musical instrument(s):
Saxophone, Piano / keyboard, Voice
My other musical interests, styles, and instruments are:
Ukulele, Melodica
My favorite artists, influences, and inspirations are:
Cole Porter, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Thad Jones, Ella Fitzgerald, Frank Sinatra, Billie Holliday, Stacey Kent, George & Ira Gershwin, Jimmy Van Heusen, Irving Berlin, Richard Rogers, Jerome Kern, John Coltrane, Cannonball Adderley, Bill Evans, Hank Jones, Andrew Bird, The Decemberists, Of Monsters and Men, Fleet Foxes, Josh Ritter, Paul Simon, Nick Drake, the Beatles

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At 7:08pm on September 14, 2013, Esther Young said…

Thanks so much for your nice comment to the 2 songs I posted on the songwriters' page a while ago. I love your work!!

At 11:39am on August 15, 2013, Joshua Hopper said…


At 11:46pm on July 11, 2013, Kelly said…

Thank you  for the feedback on my original songs..I agree on a key change in the bridge of the song I LIKE IT LIKE THAT...sometimes when i cant come up with something good ,i start a new song, (bad habit)  but i WILL get back to it and finish it . lol

At 12:39pm on July 11, 2013, Matthew Guevara said…

Yea thank you. I do get what you are saying about the harmonic value of the piece. I do agree with you. Resolving to a major chord would defiantly add more color to the piece. I could even use that as a transition to a major section which were talking about. Also the double time section does sound pretty cool. I really appreciate your feedback.

Thank you

At 11:47am on July 11, 2013, Matthew Guevara said…

Thank you for you're feedback and no I have never written any film score material. I kinda don't know how. I have no formal music theory or music composition background. I will be learning more about composition this fallowing year though. I do enjoy minor keys a lot and I agree that a section where I use a major key would help my over all piece. Do you think my piece  lacks transitions and needs a richer harmonic structure? These are my overall concerns. 



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