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Alumni: Jonathan Coulton (1989)
Jonathan Coulton is the Contributing Troubadour for Popular Science magazine and the musical director for John Hodgman’s Little Gray Book Lectures. His songs about self-loathing giant squids, and devotees of a certain Swedish prefab furniture store are insanely clever without ever being too clever for their own good.
Alumni: Brendan Romaneck (1999)
Brendan Romaneck graduated from the University of North Florida with a degree in Jazz Performance. He was scheduled to record his first professional CD entitled "Coming Together" but passed on April 20, 2005 before he could record. With the help of close friends, Keith Javors, Brian Menendez, and Jason Miller, along with professional recording artists, Chris Potter and Steve Wilson on sax, Terell Stafford on trumpet, Delbert Felix on bass, John Davis on drums, and Keith Javors on piano, the recording of Brendan's music took place as scheduled with a pending public release.
Alumni: Richard Arsenault (1990)
Intellutions LLC is an internet development firm, based in Eastern Connecticut. They have been designing and hosting websites for small and medium-sized businesses since 2001.
The Wild Sea
Alumni: Matt Russell (1990) & Todd Russell (1994)
The Wild Sea, the new band out of Boston, is comprised of former members of Amusia & RUTH. Nashville's Ruth Peterson and brothers Matt & Todd Russell have been bringing their own sound to the Boston Pop scene since 2000, sharing the stage with acts Buffalo Tom, Kay Hanley (Letters to Cleo), Will Dailey, and Loveless, to name a few.