Scott Robinson

Saxophonist Scott Robinson of Teaneck, NJ, released Mission in Space, featuring Marshall Allen and Henry Grimes on his ScienSonic Laboratories label. Visit sciensonic.net.

Holt Vaughn

Singer/songwriter Holt Vaughn of Orchard Park, NY, released the album These Songs, Vol. 1, featuring Phil Keaggy, Will McFarlane, Ashley Cleveland, Rick Cua, Jerry Livingston, Tony Morra, and Ted Reinhardt. Visit holtvaughn.com.

Bob Sinicrope

Bob Sinicrope ’78
Bob Sinicrope ’78

Bob Sinicrope of Milton, MA, is the president of the Jazz Education Network (JEN), which will hold its seventh annual conference in Louisville, KY, in January 2016. It will feature keynote speaker Victor Wooten, 75 performances and clinics, a jazz business symposium, and more than 100 exhibitors. Visit jazzednet.org.

Steven Saltzman

Steven Saltzman ’77
Steven Saltzman ’77

Steven Saltzman of Los Angeles, CA, released the book Music Editing for Film and Television: The Art and the Process. Visit saltzmanmusic.com.

Richard Niles

Richard Niles of Mission Viejo, CA, is the U.S. representative of the German company Instant Music Licensing, whose software allows easy and fast licensing of music. He also just published a book titled From Dreaming to Gigging: Jazz Guitar in 6 Months. Visit richardniles.com.

Joshua Breakstone

Guitarist Joshua Breakstone of West New York, NJ, released the album 2nd Avenue: The Return of the Cello Quartet, featuring Mike Richmond, Lisle Atkinson, and Andy Watson. It is his 21st album as a bandleader. Visit joshuabreakstone.com.

Al Di Meola

Al DiMeola ’74
Al DiMeola ’74

Guitarist Al Di Meola of New Milford, NJ, released the album Elysium. In June he was named the 22nd recipient of the Montreal International Jazz Festival’s Miles Davis Award.

Steve Sternberg

Pianist Steve Sternberg of Tallahassee, FL, has worked full time on the retirement home circuit for five years in Florida and Alabama. He has also taught private lessons on piano, saxophone, flute and harmonica since 1982. Visit stevesternberg.com.

John Novello

Keyboardist John Novello of North Hollywood, CA, plans a January 2016 release of his solo album Ivory Soul, featuring the single “Crush” with Gerald Albright. The latest CD by his band Niacin reached number 19 on Billboard magazine’s jazz charts. Visit keysnovello.com.

Gene Perla

Bassist and producer Gene Perla of Easton, PA, who has worked with numerous jazz greats, released the album Bill’s Waltz on his own PM Records label. Visit perla.org.

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