Becky DiPaola

Becky DiPaola and Sean Woestehof ’12
Becky DiPaola and Sean Woestehof ’12

Becky DiPaola of Franklin, TN, and Sean Woestehoff (aka the Recording People) produced, engineered, and mixed albums for Zack Joseph and Ira Wolf. Visit therecordingpeople.com.

David Westerhout

David Westerhout (aka Dear Zim) of Larnaca, Cyprus, wrote the song “Indianna,” nominated for Best African Rock Song at the All African Music Awards.

Hyunpill Shin

Hyunpill Shin of Seoul, South Korea, released the album Ordinary Days. He toured in Europe and Asia with MosaiKorea, and in the United States, invited by the Korean embassy. Visit hyunpillshin.com.

Giuseppe Paradiso

Giuseppe Paradiso of Medford, MA, and Gabriela Martina lead the “In Momentum Series,” a program of improvisational concerts at Outpost 186 in Cambridge, MA. Visit inmomentumseries.com.

Kate Kozma

Kate Kozma of Brooklyn, NY, was the musical director, composer, and arranger for the Miss Universe 2014 pageant.

Michael Harmon

Michael Harmon of Westborough, MA, founded the retreat-style recording studio Wachusett Recording Co. Visit wachusettrecording.com.

Shawna Corso

Shawna Corso of Los Angeles, CA, is touring with Iggy Azalea and was a backup vocalist on Stevie Wonder’s latest tour.

Lorena Perez Batista

Lorena Perez Batista ’11
Lorena Perez Batista ’11

Lorena Perez Batista of Encino, CA, won the drummer competition Hit Like a Girl. She engineered the Russ Miller/Pete Lockett album Rhythm-Sphere. Visit lorenaperezmusic.com.

Anita Antoinette

Anita Antoinette of New Britain, CT, appeared on The Voice and was coached by Gwen Stefani.

Brandon Allen

Brandon Allen of Boston, MA, performs with the John Hanifin Band, which released the single “The Nile.” Visit johnhanifinband.com.

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