Pengbian Sang

Pengbian Sang of Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic, worked on the album Retro Jazz, featuring jazz, bossa nova, and funk versions of 12 iconic songs from the Dominican Republic. The album also featured work by Dan Cantor, Jonathan Wyner, and Federico Mendez ’00.  

Page Hundemer

Page Hundemer of Corvallis, OR, released Double Stops, a CD of original compositions performed on solo bass guitar. Visit 

Steve Thomas

Steve Thomas of Concord, MA, worked with composer Shawn K. Clement ’88 on music for the movie Live Forever: A Ray Bradbury Odyssey

James Stewart

James Stewart of Wilmington, DE, released his third album, Sky Blue. Visit 

Beth Sass

In August 2012, Beth Sass of Nashville, TN, released the album Knowing Me, coproduced with Jerry Kimbrough. 

Scott Robinson

Saxophonist Scott Robinson of Teaneck, NJ, and his label ScienSonic Laboratories, have partnered with the Space Foundation, which recognizes products that use space technology, or those that enlighten and inspire with space-related themes. He also released the album Bronze Nemesis. Visit 

Glenn Ochenkoski

Glenn Ochenkoski of Burbank, CA, is touring with canto-pop singer Jenny Tseng. He appears as a drummer in the movie Atlas Shrugged II

Stan Munslow

Guitarist Stan Munslow of Coventry, RI, published the book Getting Good, Getting Great: What the Best Players Know, with Oaklight Publishing. 

Kim MacRae

Kim MacRae of Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada, performed her poem “The Consequences of Going to Michael’s Pub on June 16, 1978” at Thin Air, as part of the Winnipeg International Writers Festival. 

Jeffrey Izzo

Jeffrey Izzo of Seattle, WA, is an assistant professor of music industry studies at Minnesota State University, Moorhead. He is composing a score for the university’s production of Mother Courage and Her Children