Scott Robinson

Saxophonist Scott Robinson and bassist and psychophysiologist Julian Thayer '79 are featured in the new PBS film The Science of Healing, which premiered in September. The musical portions were filmed at Scott's ScienSonic Laboratories in New Jersey and at a lab at Columbia University in New York City.

Sirabhorn "Ti" Muntarbhorn

Guitarist Sirabhorn "Ti" Muntarbhorn of North Hollywood, CA, interviewed Woodstock organizer Michael Lang while researching the festival's 40th anniversary.

Constance Kirchbaum


Flutist Constance Kirschbaum of White House, TN, coaches the Heritage High School Band and is a fast-pitch softball umpire and player. She and her husband have a college-age child.


Wayne Potash


Singer/songwriter Wayne Potash of Easton, MA, released the CD A Day in the Life, a mini-opera of 24 original songs for children. Guest musicians include Don Heord, Tad Hitchcock, Len Rabinowitz, and Valerie Walton. Visit

Lulu Martin

Keyboardist Lulu Martin of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was featured on the posthumous release O Rio e o Mar by the late Marcio Montarroyos '72 and on Groove by drummer Alfredo Dias Gomes.

Emil Viklicky

Emil Viklicky of Prague, Czech Republic, released Sinfonietta-The Janacek of Jazz on Venus Records in Japan. The CD features bassist George Mraz and drummer Lewis Nash. Visit

Ken Field


Saxophonist and composer Ken Field of Cambridge, MA, screened his film Twist of Fate, a collaboration with his wife, animator Karen Aqua, in Boston and at film and animation festivals in Denver, Telluride, and Ottawa. His score for the dance piece Double Exposure was performed with Bridgman/Packer Dance at the Baryshnikov Arts Center in New York City in March. Visit


Gerry Beaudoin


Jazz guitarist Gerry Beaudoin of Waltham, MA, released three CDs: The Complete Gerry Beaudoin, The Best of The Gerry Beaudoin Trio, and The Gerry Beaudoin-Rich Lataille Quintet. His jazz guitar group New Guitar Summit release Shivers was listed on the 2009 Grammy Awards ballot. Visit


Frank E. Warren

Composer Frank E. Warren of West Roxbury, MA, premiered his award-winning song cycle "Chicago Poems" on a text by Carl Sandburg in November in New York City with vocalist Emily Howard and pianist Beth Levin. Visit