Diedre Schaneman

Diedre Schaneman of Saint Louis, MO, has been named the annual giving manager for Habitat for Humanity Saint Louis.

Gary Schutt

Gary Schutt of Clearwater, FL, performed at the three-day MelodicRockFest3 in Chicago, IL, in September. He has released his 10th solo album, Moving Parts. Visit www.garyschutt.com.

Aaron Rosenberg

Aaron Rosenberg of Lowell, MA, had his chamber orchestra piece To Finish the Moment performed in Boston in September. He has upcoming premieres for his work Suffusion (Darmstadt), and Ascent (as part of a Banff Center residency). Visit www.aaronhrosenberg.com.

Louis King

Louis King of New York City is an active composer, arranger, orchestrator, and lecturer. Visit www.getmelouisking.com.

Joe Lindsay

Guitarist Joe Lindsay of Charlotte, NC, released his debut album I Wanna Groove, with contributions by Skip Walker ’88 and Bob Horn ’98. Visit www.joelindsaymusic.com.

Doug Hammer

Doug Hammer ’89

Doug Hammer ’89

Pianist andcomposer Doug Hammer of Lynn, MA, released his sixth album, Heart, which features 17 original songs. Visit www.doughammer.net.

Kevin Crosby

Kevin Crosby of Shoreline, WA, is a member of Z.E.R.O., the Zappa Early Renaissance Orchestra, featuring ukulele performances of Frank Zappa’s music. One of the group’s songs is included on Rare Episodes, a CD of Zappa’s music on Cordelia Records.

Kimberly Burgin-Douglas

Kimberly Burgin-Douglas of Inglewood, CA, released the album Right Now, which is available on iTunes. Visit www.kymberli.info.

Maureen Spranza

Maureen Spranza of San Leandro, CA, received a Ph.D. in education, with a specialization in professional studies from Capella University. Her dissertation is titled “How Do Teachers Incorporate Intuition into How They Teach Music? A Phenomenological Exploration.”

Lance McCollum

Lance McCollum of Austin, TX, has been appointed the director of sales for MACSAX (Horn Productions LLC) in Austin.