Tom Roslak

Tom Roslak of New York City is touring with alumni Tony and Mike Beliveau of Crash Kings, in support of the Stone Temple Pilots. 

Chris Parris

Chris Parris of Boston, MA, is the director of the College Success Academy of the Steppingstone Foundation in Boston, MA. Visit 

Jim Briggs

Jim Briggs of North Hollywood, CA, scored and played guitar for the short documentary Mr. Christmas. The film received awards at film festivals in the United States and Canada. The session was engineered by Andrew Maltese ’08, and featured Berklee alumni Neara Russell ’10, Sean Rainey ’05, Andy Keathley ’08, Matt Bruer ’08, and Evan Winsor ’09.

Roy Assaf

Roy Assaf of New York City has released the album Respect. He played with the Dizzy Gillespie All Stars at the Tchaikovsky Concert Hall in Moscow, Russia. He has worked with Winard Harper, in addition to many other musicians. Visit 

Khari Allen Lee

Khari Allen Lee of Auburn, AL, and the New Creative Collective, released the album Conscious Evolution. The group held the Concert for Our Conscious Evolution, a celebration of the birthday of John Coltrane. Visit 

Rebecca Loebe

Singer-songwriter Rebecca Loebe of Austin, TX, released the album Circus Heart. She also performed at Berklee’s Café 939. Visit 

Asuka Kakitani

Asuka Kakitani of Brooklyn, NY, released her debut album Bloom, featuring an 18-piece orchestra. Visit for more information. 

Steve Gregory

Steve Gregory of Stafford Springs, CT, released the album River to the Sea. It features Jon Francis ’99 on drums. Proceeds from downloads will go to the Connecticut Food Bank and Love146 charities. Visit

Travis Vance

Travis Vance of Nashville, TN, was the bassist and bandleader on tour with Thomas Rhett, opening for Jason Aldean. 

Luis Santiago-Sierra

Luis Santiago-Sierra is the commanding officer of the 319th Army Reserve Band in New York. He composed and produced a Christmas CD for the Puerto Rico National Guard Language Center and composed music for Nadine Martinez for “Gris,” presented at the Wave Rising Series.