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. 

Alexandra Hampton

Alexandra Hampton (aka Aandra) of Farmingdale, NJ, has written cues for Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey, ABC’s 20/20, and other shows. In 2012 she released the album Origin, and will release another this year. Visit www.aandra-music.com. 

Keiko Ueda

Keiko Ueda (aka Keiko Shiga) of Kumamoto, Japan, worked on music for the film Our Night Is Not Long. It was nominated at the Tokyo International Film Festival. Visit www.keikoshiga.com. 

Hiromi Suda

Hiromi Suda of Woodside, NY, released the album Sou. Visit www.hiromisuda.com. 

Enrique Lara

Enrique Lara of Los Angeles, CA, has played drums for American Idol’s Casey Abrams. He also works with his brother Miguel Lara ’07 and Wes Switzer ’07. Visit www.enriquexlara.com. 

Amy Heidemann

Singer Amy Heidemann of Burbank, CA, appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s online edition as the winner of its Women Who Rock contest. She and Nick Noonan form the duo Karmin. 

Christian Colabelli

Christian Colabelli of Tinton Falls, NJ, and his band Boy Meets Machine, were on WRAT radio, and their album War Horn was featured in Alternative Press, Absolute Punk, and Guitar World magazines. He also plays with Dark Empire and Johnny Drama. Visit www.boymeetsmachine.com. 

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