Alex Terrier

Saxophonist and composer Alex Terrier of New York City released Roundtrip, a collection of original compositions featuring Roy Assaf '05, François Moutin, and Steve Davis. Terrier supports Reef Fest and will give a portion of the sales of his album to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation. Visit www.alexterriermusic.com.

Daniel Ori

Bassist and composer Daniel Ori released So It Goes on Art of Life Records. Visit www.danielori.com.

 

Will Forbes

Composer and producer Will Forbes of Los Angeles, CA, produced and arranged the music for Wrong Hole, a video for www.funnyordie.com. Within the first four days of its release, the video received more than 100,000 page views. Forbes also provided music for the film Never Surrender.

 

Courtlyn Carr

Singer/songwriter Courtlyn Carr of Owings, MD, released the EP Turn Blue produced by Dominic Fragman and featuring Anthony Malatesta '06 on guitar. They recorded at four-time WAMMIE award-winning Bias Studios. Visit www.courtlyncarr.com.

 

Marcus Rezak

Guitarist Marcus Rezak of Chicago, IL, and his band the Hue released their new album Beyond Words. The instrumental, progressive-rock band includes drummer Brian Gilmanov '06, bassist Kyle Meyers '08, and Jared Rabin on guitar. At the CD release event in Chicago, they were joined by Bryan Beller '92 and Mike Keneally. Visitwww.hue-music.com.

 

Jozef Nadj

Violinist Jozef Nadj of Lynn, MA, released Digital World, his new solo CD on the label MDScoring. Visit www.jozefnadj.com.

 

Major Johnson-Finley

Vocalist Major Johnson-Finley of Anaheim, CA, released his first Christmas EP, A Major Christmas. Visitwww.facebook.com/nowthatsmajor.

 

Stephanie Dominguez

Singer/songwriter Stephanie Dominguez (a.k.a. Ria) of Aventura, FL, performed her song "Change" at private political events in South Florida. She also released another single "Alright" and has been touring South Florida. Visitwww.myspace.com/riamusiconline.

Claude Diallo

Pianist Claude Diallo of St. Gallen, Switzerland, won third prize at the Bosendorfer Montreux Jazz Solo Piano Competition 2009 in Montreux, Switzerland, at the renowned Montreux Jazz Festival. Visit www.claudediallo.com.

Krysta Youngs

Singer/songwriter Krysta Youngs of Boston, MA, released the song "I'll Believe in You" in October, inspired by her mother's recent battle with breast cancer. The song is available for free download at www.krystayoungs.com.

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