Stephen B. Ward

Stephen B. Ward ’87
Stephen B. Ward ’87

Stephen B. Ward of North White Plains, NY, is an associate professor of music technology at Mercy College in Dobbs Ferry, NY.

Kevin Kastning

Kevin Kastning of Groton, MA, and Mark Wingfield released the album In Stories. Kastning has invented a variety of guitar-related instruments. Visit kevinkastning.com.

Chris Florio

Chris Florio of Ipswich, MA, and Hiro Honshuku ’90 released the duet album The Essence. Visit passionrecords.com.

Sam Anstice Brown

Sam Anstice Brown of Breakish, UK, released new self-help hypnosis material for musicians, including hypnotherapy for focal dystonia. Visit sambrown.co.uk.

Alexia Vassillou

Alexia Vassillou ’85
Alexia Vassillou ’85

Alexia Vassillou of Deerfield Beach, FL, released the single “Jeux D’Amour.” It was featured in the film Poker Face.

Michael Nicolella

Michael Nicolella ’85
Michael Nicolella ’85

Classical guitarist Michael Nicolella of Seattle, WA, released the album The Complete Bach Cello Suites. He teaches at Cornish College of the Arts. Visit nicolella.com.

Michael Nickolas

Michael Nickolas of Holden, MA, wrote the song “Africa Sway,” which appeared in the film Hector and the Search for Happiness. Visit studionineproductions.com.

Brad Madix

Brad Madix '84
Brad Madix '84
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Curtis Killian

Brad Madix of Walnut Creek, CA, is doing live sound work for Jack White. He recently gave Berklee students a behind-the-scenes tour of the show’s setup at Fenway Park.

Joel Goodman

Joel Goodman of Topanga, CA, scored the films Playing for the Mob, Makers: Women Who Make America, and My Italian Secret. He was featured in the e-magazine Fade to Black. Visit joelgoodman.com.

David Alan Bunn

David Alan Bunn of Baltimore, MD, made his Carnegie Hall debut as a composer, orchestrator, and bandleader for “The Black Stars of the Great White Way,” hosted by Cecily Tyson, Norm Lewis, and Phylicia Rashad.

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