Mark Menza (born on September 17, 1957, in Buffalo, New York) is a jazz guitarist and composer who works in Dallas, TX.
Menza has been writing, arranging, and producing music for over 15 years. Relocating to Dallas from the northeast with an undergraduate music degree from SUNY Fredonia, Menza began playing, teaching, and writing.
Menza: Music was founded in 1994 with a focus on scoring to picture offering composing, sound design, audio post production, music supervision, and audio production for all types of media. Mark has worked on the animated series, Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius, Dragon Ball GT, Beet and Wishbone as well as a spectrum of films, documentaries and commercials.
Mark Menza is widely known for composing music for the Dragon Ball GT's 64 episodes and the TV special Dragon Ball GT: A Hero's Legacy, replacing Bruce Faulconer who composed music for Dragon Ball Z. His work is also known for composing background music for the movies Dragon Ball Z: The Return of Cooler, Dragon Ball Z: Super Android 13!, and Dragon Ball Z: Broly - The Legendary Super Saiyan.