Michael L. Greenebaum '55
Michael C. Senturia '58
Professor of Music and Director of the University Symphony, University of California at
John H. Harbison '60
Former composer in residence with the Pittsburgh Symphony and the Los Angeles Philharmonic;
former Creative chair with the St. Paul Chamber Orchestra; faculty, MIT Department of Music. Composer and conductor.
Instrumental works, and operas such as The Great Gatsby.
Andrew C. Schenck '62
Music Director of Nassau Symphony and Atlantic Sinfonietta. Recordings with London, New
Zealand and Chicago Symphony Orchestras.
Bentley R. Layton '63
Professor at Yale, specializing in ancient Christian history and the Coptic phase of ancient Egyptian.
Gregory R. Biss '64
Livelihood from commercial scuba diving in Maine. Active as composer and pianist, with
works performed by Los Angeles Philharmonic and Denver Symphony.
Daniel Hathaway '67
Director of Music and Performing Arts at Trinity Cathedral, Cleveland; includes Cathedral
Choir, Trinity Chamber Orchestra, and Chamber Players.
John C. Adams '69
Composer and conductor. Instrumental works such as Harmonium and Shaker Loops
and operas such as Nixon in China and The Death of Klinghoffer. Winner of the 2007 Harvard Arts Medal. Official
Philip N. Moss '69
Taught middle-school music and computers in Lincoln, Massachusetts. He also conducts a
church choir and a civic orchestra in neighboring communities.
Martin L. Kessler '71
Director of Music at University School, Cleveland. Music Director of Suburban Symphony and Choral Arts Society of Cleveland;
conducted for Lyric Opera Cleveland.
Nils A. Vigeland '72
Composition Department Chair, Manhattan School of Music; performs with HHT HUT, Opus 1 records; composes Mode,
Lively Music Records.
Robert H. Baker '75 ('74)
Conductor, St. Louis Philharmonic and York Symphony Orchestra. Biography
Neal H. Stulberg '75 ('76)
1982-85 Assistant Conductor. Los Angeles Philharmonic.
1985-92 Music Director, New Mexico Symphony. Currently
Visiting Director of Orchestral Studies at UCLA and Director of Chamber Music at the Crossroads School in Santa Monica.
Peter A. Lurye '79
Music Director/Composer/Lyricist for "Eureeka's Castle," a television series; pianist, New
James E. Ross '81
Director of Orchestral Activities and Associate Professor, University of Maryland School of Music;
Music Director, Yale Symphony (1994-98);
Tanglewood Music Center (1984-84);
Solo-horn, Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra (1981-84).
Diana Watt '81 ('82)
Samuel T. Wong '84
Guest conductor, Toronto Symphony Orchestra.
Music Director, Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (2000-4), Honolulu Symphony.
Former Asst. Conductor, New York Philharmonic. Official Website
Jeffrey L. Goldberg '85 ('86)
Improvisation, Composition Faculty, New England Conservatory of Music.
Faculty, Rivers School of Music.
Former conductor/coach at Hannover Staatsoper. Biography
James Kwak '90
Evan Christ '93
Music Director of the Brandenburg State Opera House in Cottbus, Germany, 2008-present.
Associate Music Director of the Wuppertaler Bühnen (Wuppertal Opera), 2005-present.
Associate Music Director and then Interim Music Director of the Mainfranken Theater Würzburg.
Winner of 2500-Euro Theater Prize, 2004. Founder, ensemble apart, a group dedicated to contemporary music.
Evan E. Young '94
Director of Broadband Services, TiVo. Author of numerous books on audio recording, composition, and TiVo.
Steve Huang '95
Director of Orchestras, Ohio University School of Music. Former Music Director, Central Illinois Youth Symphony and Bradley University
Chamber Orchestra. Biography
Eric Tipler '99
D.M.A. Composition, University of Michigan. Compositions performed by Cabrillo Music Festival Orchestra,
the Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra, the UNL Symphony Orchestra, the ensemble Fireworks, pianist Brian Connelly,
the Sospiro Wind Quintet, the AUROS Group for New Music and the Tosca String Quartet.
Sean Henry Ryan
M.M. Orchestral Conducting, Cleveland Institute of Music
Alexander Misono '04
Student, Harvard Medical School & Harvard Business School (combined MD/MBA program)
Music Director and Conductor, Central Kentucky Youth Orchestras
Yuga Cohler '11
M.M. Orchestral Conducting, The Juilliard School
Jesse Wong '12
Pianist, Deutsche Opera
Lucien Werner '13
PhD student in Math & CS, Caltech
M.M. Cello Performance, Northwestern University
Theodoretus Breen '14
M.Phil in Music Studies, University of Cambridge
Sasha Scolnik-Brower '17
After receiving a masters in cello performance from NEC, Sasha is pursuing a masters in orchestral conducting at The Juilliard School.