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

Randy Hetlage

Randy Hetlage of St. Louis, MO, and his rock-fusion group Morphelonious released a 12-song CD. Visit www.morphelonious.com.

John Paesano

John Paesano of Palos Verdes Estates, CA, won an Annie Award for Outstanding Achievement for Music in an Animated Television/Broadcast Production for Dragons: Riders of Berk: How to Pick Your Dragon (DreamWorks Animation). He has worked with composers Jerry Goldsmith, John Williams, and for Hans Zimmer’s Remote Control Productions

Elik Alvarez

Elik Alvarez of Pasadena, CA, together with Joel Douek and Freddy Sheinfeld ’01, composed music for the documentary film Kingdom of Plants. It was nominated for awards by the International Film Music Festival in Córdoba, Spain, and the International Film Music Critics Association.

Emmanuel Vaughn-Lee

Emmanuel Vaughn-Lee of Boston, MA, and H. Scott Salinas ’00 composed the orchestral score for the feature film Elemental. Visit www.elementalthefilm.com

Peter Stoltzman

Peter Stoltzman of Denver, CO, is the head of piano at the University of Colorado at Denver, where Sean McGowan ’99 is the head of guitar. He is also the faculty director of the Stanford Jazz Camp. Visit www.peterjohnstoltzman.com

Jaleel Shaw

Saxophonist Jaleel Shaw of Paterson, NJ, released the new album The Soundtrack of Things to Come. Visit www.jaleelshaw.com

Oscar Micheli

Composer Oscar Micheli from Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, is releasing his second album, Reason of Life, featuring all original music.

Kevin Hammer

Kevin Hammer of Stoughton, MA, created music and sound effects for the video game Germinator, which was released on PlayStation 3 and PlayStation Vita in March.

Sarah Gromko

Sarah Gromko of New Orleans, LA, is the program director for Sweet Home New Orleans, a nonprofit empowering local musicians. She is also a member of the Music & Culture Coalition of New Orleans. Visit www.sweethomeneworleans.org

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