Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman of Topanga, CA, scored the films Playing for the Mob, Makers: Women Who Make America, and My Italian Secret. He was featured in the e-magazine Fade to Black. Visit

David Alan Bunn

David Alan Bunn of Baltimore, MD, made his Carnegie Hall debut as a composer, orchestrator, and bandleader for “The Black Stars of the Great White Way,” hosted by Cecily Tyson, Norm Lewis, and Phylicia Rashad.

Don Breithaupt

Don Breithaupt of Santa Monica, CA, released the album Just Passing Through (The Breithaupt Brothers Songbook Vol. II).

Paul Hoyle

Paul Hoyle of Miami, FL, won the Best Music Producer award in South Florida by the Film, Recording and Entertainment Council.

Jeanne Ricks

Jeanne Ricks of Yonkers, NY, published the book The Biology of Beating Stress: How Changing Your Environment, Your Body, and Your Brain Can Help You Find Balance and Peace.

Richard Adams

Richard Adams of Nashville, TN, earned a doctorate of musical arts from the University of Memphis, and he lectures at Middle Tennessee State University. Adams released Stories with Jerry and Marlène Tachoir ’76. Visit

Kenny Selcer

Kenny Selcer ’81
Kenny Selcer ’81

Kenny Selcer of Lexington, MA, is working on a new recording that will include Americana, folk, and folk/rock styles. Visit

Scott Robinson

Saxophonist Scott Robinson of Teaneck, NJ, released Tone Ventures, an album of duets with Roscoe Mitchell. Visit

Laura Dreyer

Laura Dreyer ’81
Laura Dreyer ’81

Laura Dreyer of New York City released the album Vida. Arte. Amor, recorded in Rio De Janiero, and engineered by Carlos Fuchs. Visit

David Young

David Young of Decatur, GA, published the school counseling book Skits Are a Hoot for Little Toots!, for grades 2 to 4. He is developing a therapeutic card game for students called “Acting Out.”