Michaela Eremiasova

Composer Michaela Eremiasova of Los Angeles, CA, was awarded the ASCAP Foundation’s Rudolf Nissim Prize in composition. Visit www.michaela-eremiasova.com

Pete Huttlinger

Guitarist Pete Huttlinger of Nashville, TN, released an album and an accompanying 52-page storybook project McGuire’s Landing. Penned by Huttlinger, the fictional story details episodes in the life of an Irish immigrant during the 19th century. Visit www.petehuttlinger.com

Neil Santos

Neil Santos of Boston, MA, wrote and illustrated The Guitar Simplified: An Illustrated Guide to Music Theory and the Guitar. The book is available through Amazon.com or on his blog www.ScaleTainer.com

Chrissi Poland and Matt Pendergast

Chrissi Poland and Matt Pendergast ’01 of New York City released the EP Reckless Ones after a successful PledgeMusic campaign. Poland also plays with the group Scissor Sisters.

Joel Goodman

Composer Joel Goodman of Calabasas, CA, wrote music for the films Which Way Is the Front Line from Here?, The Life and Times of Tim Hetherington, Miss You Can Do It, and The Diplomat. Visit www.joelgoodman.com.

Joe Kenny

Joe Kenny of Campbell, CA, is the operations manager for Musical Surroundings Inc., a distributor of high-end analog audio products based in Oakland, CA.

Carol Evans

Carol Evans of New Orleans, LA, is an active vocal and bell choir member, and a tutor for WyzAnt Inc. 

Corey Colmey

Corey Colmey of Rome, NY, Chris Arthur ’98, and Benjamin Wright ’02, as the group the Live and Breathe, released its debut album. Visit www.theliveandbreathe.com

Brian Bigelow

Brian Bigelow of Fall River, MA, has worked as the vice chairman of the Fall River School Committee and a city councilor. He is rebuilding AFM Local 216 as the director of development and community affairs. 

Gabriel Pulido

Gabriel Pulido of Miami, FL, has released four albums of original music, performed live electronic music with video, and created the live multimedia show “Deep Surface” Visit www.gabomusic.com

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