Wilbur is a resident of South Londonderry where she has had a farm with her husband Jim for 26 years.
She was very active in the PTA and school board matters, while her children attended school, and has a major commitment to both arts and education. She has taught on the college level and regularly employed interns as part of a State University of New York at Purchase program.
Wilbur attended Sarah Lawrence College (BA), University of California Berkeley (Hertz Fellowship in Composition), and UCLA (MA in Music). She is currently president of Sandy Wilbur Music and Musiodata and is also on the board of the Green Mountain Academy for Lifelong Learning. She was also a past board member of Women in Music and The Songwriter's Guild of America, among others.
In addition to her career as a composer and producer (she has had over 40 songs released plus an album of lullabies, and has done hundreds of jingles and scores for television), Wilbur is a forensic musicologist: she analyzes songs to reveal whether the music or lyrics contain potential copyright infringement issues or are in the public domain. In this capacity, she works for film, publishing and record companies and for ad agencies. She was the musicologist for the Coen
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