Doug Hinrichs

Doug Hinrichs

Percussionist Doug Hinrichs of Jersey City, NJ, invented a one-handed triangle for the Latin Percussion Company. He performs for sessions and Broadway shows and composes for television. Visit  Caption: Doug Hinrichs ’96

Zachary Borovay

Zachary Borovay of Silver Spring, MD, designed projections for the Broadway productions Waiting for Godot, No Man’s Land, and Holler If Ya Hear Me. Visit

Eric Barao

Eric Barao of Seekonk, MA, wrote the score for the documentary film  Raising Matty Christian, appeared on the album Here Comes the Reign Again: The Second British Invasion, and released an album in April. Visit

Gina Zdanowicz

Gina Zdanowicz

Gina Zdanowicz of Roselle Park, NJ, was nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award in the Outstanding Promotional Announcement, Institutional category for her work on Nickelodeon’s Halloween Campaign. She runs Serial Lab Studios and is a Berklee Online instructor. Visit

Geoff Unger

Geoff Unger of Levittown, NY, and his metal band SYMPTOM 7 released the album Hog’s Tooth. Visit

Ron Stahl

Ron Stahl of Gaylordsville, CT, appeared on the Jay Willie Blues Band’s CD Rumblin’ and Slidin’

Brian Michaud

Brian Michaud of Somerset, MA, received his doctor of musical arts degree from Boston University and published the book The Road to Nyn

Lisa Donahey

Singer Lisa Donahey of Van Nuys, CA, released Lisa Donahey Takes on Broadway, with help from Chris Gestrin ’95. Visit

Reg Bloor

Reg Bloor of New York City performed at the Red Bull Music Academy New York Festival and at the OFF Festival in Katowice, Poland.

Call for Scores : Kirill Gerstein Collaborative Series

Kirill Gerstein will teach individual piano students, hold piano seminars, and coach chamber
music, as well as develop cooperative projects between students at Berklee College of Music
and The Boston Conservatory thus encouraging cross-pollination between the various
musical styles. One such initial project is to create an ensemble with student musicians from
both institutions. Under Gerstein’s guidance, the group will call for submissions of new
original compositions by students during the Fall semester of 2014. Mr. Gerstein will select