Glen Fittin is an Adjunct Professor and Dance Musician at Montclair State University. He began his work as a Dance musician at Rutgers University where he later recorded his CD entitled, Circulation with Michael Toal. He has worked with choreographers Brit Falcon, Larry Keigwin, Robert Battle, Michael Foley, Sean Curran, Donald McKayle, Gabe Masson, Aya Shibahara and David Dorfman among others. Glen is the recipient of Meet the Composer and Center for American Music grants for his scores for dance. Focusing on the use of Voice, Piano, Electronics and unusual percussion. His recordings include works by Glen Velez (Rhythm Color Exotica Ellipsis Arts 1996), Bernie Worrell, Tigger Benford, John Tchai, Joseph Jarman, Annea Lockwood, Dez Cadena, Richard Barone, Tony Visconti, Valerie Naranjo, Montego Joe, Women of the Calabash, The Rhythm Monsters, Marafanyi, Mbiradind and many others. Glen has taught and performed at the Montclair State University MFA program, Hofstra university, Bates Dance Festival, American Dance Festival, Korea Drum Festival, Seoul Dance and Music Improv. Festival, Rethimno Renaissance Festival Crete.  Kaatsbaan Dunham Master class (Tivoli NY). His theater credits include The Lion King on Broadway and Shrek the Musical. TV credits include Late Show with Stephen Colbert. His current projects include Duo music with bassist Scott Hogan, fusion group One More Once, and his solo project entitled 400 Volts.