Sean Hayden

Sean Hayden of Toronto, Ontario, composed advertising campaign music for Coors Light, Shreddies, and Gay Lea Foods. His music has appeared on Pawn Stars, The Taste, Toddlers and Tiaras, and Today Tonight. Visit

American Authors

American Authors
American Authors

American Authors, comprising Zac Barnett ’08, James Shelley ’07, David Rublin ’11, and Matt Sanchez ’09, topped the Billboard U.S. Adult Pop Charts with their song “Best Day of My Life.” It won the USA Songwriting Competition, directed by Eddie Phoon ’94. Visit

Gregorio Uribe

Gregorio Uribe of Brooklyn, NY, and his big band raised Kickstarter funding for their debut album Caribe Contigo. Uribe was recently named one of the Colombian government’s 100 Most Distinguished Colombians Living Abroad. Visit

Kirsten Schubert

Kirsten Schubert of New York City is a music publicist at PMK*BNC, a global firm for public relations, product placement, event marketing, and more.

Joe Matzzie

Joe Matzzie ’07Joe Matzzie of Los Angeles, CA released the album This Box Makes Noise, featuring Nate Laguzza ’08 and Adam Popick ’07, produced by Brian Packer ’06. Visit

Mike Flanagan

Mike Flanagan of Brockton, MA, released the album Mob Music. It topped the iTunes jazz charts and features performances by various Berklee alumni. Visit 

Last chance to win our melodica contest

Today is the last day to get your name into the drawing for a 37 key Hohner melodica.  We'll be drawing our winner on Monday, June 23rd.

Lucas Vidal

Lucas Vidal of Venice, CA, recorded his orchestral piece at Abbey Road Studios that was featured in Panama at Premios Platino, the Latin film awards show.

Claude Diallo

From the right: Claude Diallo ’06, Andy McGhee, and Linus Wyrsch ’08Claude Diallo of Long Island City, NY, toured internationally with retired faculty member Andy McGhee, Linus Wyrsch ’08, Massimo Buonanno ’10 and Laurent Salzard ’07. Diallo has released the albums Motion in Progress, Nothing To Prove, and New Beginnings. Visit

Giovanni Rotondo

Giovanni Rotondo of Naples, Italy, was chosen to score ll Giudice Meschino, a two-episode TV movie on Italy’s Rai1 station, directed by Carlo Carlei.