Satoko Fujii

Satoko Fujii ’87
Satoko Fujii ’87
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Kazue Yokai

Satoko Fujii of Tokyo, Japan, and the Satoko Fujii Orchestra Berlin released the album Ichigo Ichie. She also released the Satoko Fujii Tobira album Yamiyo Ni Karasu, and appeared on the recording Uminari by Kaze. Visit satokofujii.com.

Joe Doyle

Joe Doyle ’87
Joe Doyle ’87
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Tanner Roman

Joe Doyle of Nashville, TN, penned the Alabama song “In Pictures,” which Craig Wayne Boyd, last year’s winner of The Voice performed. It debuted at number three on the Billboard country sales chart. Visit joedoylesongs.com.

Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman of Topanga, CA, won the Society of Composers and Lyricists’ Spotlight Award in recognition of his work at the Tribeca Film Festival. He scored the Ken Burns film Cancer: The Emperor of All Maladies, as well as Dirty Weekend, Prescription Thugs, and Harry & Snowman. Visit joelgoodman.com.

Ray DiVirgilio

Ray DiVirgilio of Newark, DE, the band director at John the Beloved School in WIlmington, and has led student groups to top honors in competitions.

Emiel van Egdom

Emiel van Egdom of Snyder, NY, has worked with Paula Knooren and singer Estella Martiko, who will release an album in October. He has also worked on movies by Jo Dautzenberg. Visit emielvanegdom.com.

Paul Sciaba

Paul Sciaba of Wakefield, MA, released the album Johann Sebastian Bach Collection for Guitar, featuring his renditions of Bach transcriptions by William Leavitt. Visit paulsciaba.com.

Billy James

Billy James of Asheville, NC, has provided background vocals and percussion for music by Yes vocalist Jon Anderson. His PR company Glass Onyon does publicity for top jazz, rock, and pop artists.

Karen DeBiasse

Karen DeBiasse of Somerville, MA, is the vocalist for the band Girl on Top. They released a cover of the Ozzy Osbourne song “I Don’t Want to Stop.”

David Alan Bunn

David Alan Bunn of Baltimore, MD, served as the composer, orchestrator, and bandleader for Black Stars of the Great White Way concert hosted by Cecily Tyson, Norm Lewis, and Phylicia Rashad at Carnegie Hall.

Philippe Souriant

Philippe Souriant of Belle Allée Saint Francois, Guadelope, released the album Un nouveau jour, featuring his brother, bassist Loïc Souriant ’82. Two of his songs are published with French publisher Absilone. Visit his You Tube channel at souriant philippe.

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