Nick Suda

Nick Suda of Renton, WA, released the album Mixed Metaphors under the artist name Cloud Canvas. Visit www.nicksuda.com. 

Brian Paulding

Trombonist Brian Paulding of Jamaica Plain, MA, recorded with Akhil Gopal ’12 and Leon Cotter on the album People Hear What They See by Oddisee. Visit www.brianpaulding.com. 

Sam Moss

Guitarist Sam Moss of Brattleboro, VT, won a MacDowell Colony fellowship where he composed music for the solo album The Tempest May Howl. He curated the compilation album Imaginational Anthem Volume Five. He has also toured and recorded with the Howling Kettles, who released two albums in 2012. 

Bryan Laurier

Bryan Laurier of Turner, ME, produced and mixed Bryan Laurier & the Lost Acres: Bought & Sold, featuring a number of alumni serving as engineers and performers. Visit www.bryanlaurier.com. 

Ayumi Ueda

Ayumi Ueda of Tokyo, Japan, Giorgia Renosto ’09, Annette Philip ’09, and others are part of the vocal group Women Of The World. They recently toured Japan and performed at the 2012 BeanTown Jazz Festival. In the summer of 2013, they will tour Europe and return to tour Japan. For a full list of alumnae in the group, visit www.womenoftheworldmusic.com. 

Neara Russell

Neara Russell of Hollywood, CA, is a keyboardist/backup vocalist with Bridgit Mendler and played piano in the soundtrack for the independent film Mr. Christmas, scored by Jim Briggs ’05.

Wayne Potash

Wayne Potash of Easton, MA, released the album Yes!, featuring Berklee Associate Professor Alizon Lissance and Len Rabinowitz ’77. Visit www.waynepotash.com. 

Sang Hyun Park

KTG Sang Hyun Park released the self-titled album KTG Sang Hyun Park in September 2012. It features faculty members David Fiuczynski and Mark Walker, plus many alumni performers. 

Joshua Turner

Joshua Turner of Snohomish, WA, leads the project Eyes to Earth, which released the Digital Love EP in 2012.  

Ivonne Hernandez

Ivonne Hernandez of Brookline, MA, and her group the Fretless, won in the Instrumental Group of the Year and Ensemble of the Year categories at the Canadian Folk Music Awards. 

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