Dan Palmere

Dan Palmere of Tallahassee, FL, completed his master of music degree in music therapy at Florida State University in May.

Martin Nessi

Martin Nessi of Glendale, CA, mixed and engineered the new Andrea Bocelli album produced by David Foster, Humberto Gatica and Tony Renis, featuring Ariana Grande and Nicole Scherzinger. He also did engineering for Josh Groban’s Stages, Gloria Trevi’s El Amor, and Andrés Cepeda’s Mil Ciudades. He’s also worked with Anahi, Chiquis Rivera, and Julio Reyes.

Eric Milos

Eric Milos of North Hollywood, CA, is the owner of Clear Lake Recording Studios in North Hollywood. He recently completed a Kickstarter-funded recording for Meaghan Maples. Visit clearlakerecordingstudios.com.

Kim Logan

Vocalist Kim Logan of Nashville, TN, did a tour in July of the East Coast and Midwest. Visit kimlogan.net.

David Bawiec

David Bawiec of North Hollywood, CA, was the music editor and score/soundtrack producer for the Marcus Nispel horror film Exeter. Visit davidbawiec.com.

Alexandra Spalding and Adrian Olsen

Alexandra Spalding and Adrian Olsen ’08 are members of the band Avers, which released the song “Vampire” from their self-produced album. Parts of the album were recorded at Olsen’s Montrose Recording studio.

Tidtaya Sinutoke

Tidtaya Sinutoke of Rego Park, NY, was one of 12 songwriters chosen to participate in the 2015 Johnny Mercer Foundation Songwriters Project. Visit tidtayasinutoke.com.

Rob Craft

Rob Craft of Media, PA, played, produced and composed for A Minor Error’s debut EP Suds for Spuds.

Brant Buckley

Brant Buckley '09

Brant Buckley of Chicago, IL, released a three-song EP titled Chicago Summer. Visit brantbuckley.com.

Melissa Aldana

Melissa Aldana ’09
Melissa Aldana ’09

Saxophonist Melissa Aldana of Brooklyn, NY, and her trio toured Europe this summer and performed at the Playboy Jazz Festival in Los Angeles. She also led a weeklong workshop at the Summer Session at Vallekilde in Denmark.