Ryan O'Connor

Ryan O'Connor of Brooklyn, NY, manages the business development department at Ticketfly, a U.S.-based social ticket company. He oversees all areas of platform partnerships, channel distribution, and acquisitions.

Kevin M. Casini Esq.

Kevin M. Casini Esq. of New Haven, CT, joined the law firm of Palumbo & DeLaura LLC and specializes in commercial litigation and commercial lending.

Les Cleveland

Drummer Les Cleveland of Brooklyn, NY, toured with Lil Kim and performed at the 2011 Winterbeatz Festival in Brisbane, Australia.

Roy Assaf

Pianist and composer Roy Assaf of New York City will release his debut album for Jazz Legacy Productions in March. It features Reuben Rogers '94 (bass), Roy Hargrove '89 (trumpet), and Greg Hutchinson (drums).

Jay Starling

Drummer Jay Starling of Fredericksburg, VA, has been touring with Keller Williams and will be on Williams's next CD, Bass. He will also appear on the next album of flatpicker Larry Keel.

Tracey Rosen

Tracey Rosen received her master's degree in music therapy from Molloy College in Rockville Centre, NY.

Juan Galiardo

Pianist Juan Galiardo of San Roque, Spain, released his first CD, which features Jerry Bergonzi, Joe Magnarelli, Andrea Michelutti, and Berklee Professor Dave Santoro.

Kyle Ewalt, Steven Shewbrooks

Kyle Ewalt and Steven Shewbrooks released their fourth album, Hands Down, as dance/electronica duo Kyven. Their music has appeared on MTV's Jersey Shore, NBC's The Voice, and the Britney Spears documentary I Am the Femme Fatale.

Tim Pascoal

Keyboardist Tim Pascoal of St. Peters, MO, produced and recorded the jazz CD The Sun Stood Still. It featuresGustavo Assis-Brasil '01, Mauricio Zottarelli '02, and Evan Marien '09. Also participating are Tito Pascoal, Richard Bona, Bob Mintzer, Russell Ferrante, and Tom Kennedy. Visit www.timpascoal.com.

Annie Clark

Annie Clark of Dallas, TX, and her group St. Vincent released the album Strange Mercy. Visit www.ilovestvincent.com.