Ray Boyland

Saxophonist Ray Boyland of Lawrenceville, GA, plays regularly with his jazz group the Boyland Point and is working on a new CD. Visit www.boylandpoint.com. 

Frank Macchia

Saxophonist and composer Frank Macchia of Burbank, CA, and his band Swamp Thing released their second album, Fried Zombie Stew. For more information, visit www.frankmacchia.net.

Claire Daly

Saxophonist Claire Daly of New York City released the CD Baritone Monk with support from the North Coast Brewing Co. All proceeds will benefit the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz.  Daly has also been touring with her quartet and keeping a busy teaching schedule. 

Pascoal Meirelles

Drummer Pascoal Meirelles of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, released his 11th solo album Dubai-Lima Guitar Project

Jon Catler

Jon Catler of New York City, released the album Footsteps with the Fretless Brothers. He also released an album with Willie McBlind called Live Long Day. Visit www.freenotemusic.com/site/bios/jon_catler.html. 

Bob Sinicrope

Bob Sinicrope of Milton, MA, is the president-elect of the Jazz Education Network. He is in his 40th year at Milton Academy. 

Ken Field

In October, saxophonist Ken Field of Cambridge, MA, performed Erik Lindgren’s Extreme Spirituals with the Georgia Symphony Orchestra. Field’s latest CD was released in November. Visit www.kenfield.org.

Bob Miller

Bob Miller of Rochester, NY, and his group Nimrod Wildfire released the album Corporate Refugee, featuring guitarist Matt Backer ’80. Visit www.nimrodwildfire.com. 

Harrison Goldberg

Saxophonist Harrison Goldberg of Gualala, CA, and his group Lavender Fog released the double CD Landscape of a Dream. Visit www.lavenderfog.com. 

Roger Gamache

Roger Gamache of Mashpee, MA, is the director of the big band Stage Door Canteen. Twelve members throughout the band’s history have been Berklee alumni. Visit www.stagedoorcanteen.net. 

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