Alexandra Hampton

Alexandra Hampton (aka Aandra) of Farmingdale, NJ, has written cues for Bravo’s Real Housewives of New Jersey, ABC’s 20/20, and other shows. In 2012 she released the album Origin, and will release another this year. Visit 

Keiko Ueda

Keiko Ueda (aka Keiko Shiga) of Kumamoto, Japan, worked on music for the film Our Night Is Not Long. It was nominated at the Tokyo International Film Festival. Visit 

Hiromi Suda

Hiromi Suda of Woodside, NY, released the album Sou. Visit 

Enrique Lara

Enrique Lara of Los Angeles, CA, has played drums for American Idol’s Casey Abrams. He also works with his brother Miguel Lara ’07 and Wes Switzer ’07. Visit 

Amy Heidemann

Singer Amy Heidemann of Burbank, CA, appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone magazine’s online edition as the winner of its Women Who Rock contest. She and Nick Noonan form the duo Karmin. 

Christian Colabelli

Christian Colabelli of Tinton Falls, NJ, and his band Boy Meets Machine, were on WRAT radio, and their album War Horn was featured in Alternative Press, Absolute Punk, and Guitar World magazines. He also plays with Dark Empire and Johnny Drama. Visit 

Motoki Tanaka

Motoki Tanaka of Brighton, MA, is the conductor and artistic director of the Boston String Players. In October, the group produced a multimedia event titled “From Bach to Bjork” at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston Visit 

Myoung Nam

Myoung Nam of Kyonggido, South Korea, is finishing his Ph.D. program at Seoul National University. 

Eli Harrison

Eli Harrison of Novato, CA, released the album lovefreedommelody. Visit 

Alexis Grapsas

Alexis Grapsas of Los Angeles, CA, produced the album Diary of Dreams by Stavros Lantsias ’90. It features the La Camerata Athens String Orchestra, Peter Erskine on drums, and Lars Danielsson on bass.