Tavonna Miller

Tavonna Miller of Allston, MA, was a finalist in the 2013 John Lennon Songwriting Competition with her song “In My Room.”

John Ryan

John Ryan of Calabasas, CA, signed an exclusive worldwide publishing agreement with Big Deal Music and BMG Chrysalis US. He has written songs for One Direction, Cody Simpson, JLS, and others.

Laurence Rodman

Laurence Rodman of San Francisco, CA, is a music therapist at Optimist Youth Homes & Family Services, a program for at-risk high-school-age youth in Los Angeles, CA. His band the New Thoreaus released its first full-length album Neon Americana. Visit www.thenewthoreaus.com.

Samantha Preis

Samantha Preis of London, UK, released her debut album, Good News. Visit www.samanthapreismusic.com.

Sean Killary

Sean Killary of East Hanover, NJ, started So.i.Heard House of Music, a high-tech music school for K–12 students. For more information, visit www.soiheardmusic.com.

Joe Huang

Joe Huang ’10
Joe Huang ’10

Joe Huang of Los Angeles, CA, won the Best Sound Award from the Australian Academy for Cinema Television Arts for his work on the film Mystery Road. In August 2013, he launched the sound production company Forestt Studios. Visit www.foresttstudios.com.

Brennan Dylan

Brennan Dylan of Woodside, NY, leads the band Men without Armies. They released the song “NYC” and will release their self-titled EP in the spring.

Giancarlo de Trizio

Giancarlo de Trizio of Astoria, NY, has been a percussionist in the pit orchestra for the Broadway musical The Book of Mormon.

Chris Baum

Chris Baum of Boston and his band Bent Knee, with Courtney Swain ’12 and Ben Levin ’11, toured Japan in December, and also taught a workshop at Koyo Conservatory. Visit www.bentkneemusic.com.

Tansu Akman-Duffy

Tansu Akman-Duffy ’10
Tansu Akman-Duffy ’10

Tansu Akman-Duffy of Darien, CT, released three songs on iTunes from her upcoming album and was contracted for voice-overs and compositions for Barnes & Noble and DJ Mimosa. Visit www.iamtansu.com.