Nicholas D’Angiolillo, B.M. '08, received his bachelor’s of music degree in Music Business and Entertainment Industries from the Frost School of Music at the University of Miami, where he was awarded a Stamps Endowed Music Scholarship. D’Angiolillo is the Licensing Representative at Naxos of America, Inc., a leading classical music label with over 360,000 recorded music tracks that are licensed and streamed around the world.
Michael Kovins, B.M. '70, Frost School of Music’s 2006 Distinguished Alumnus award, is a University of Miami Frost School of Music graduate with a degree in business and music. He is best known as founding member and President/CEO of Korg USA. He oversaw the production of the Korg M1, the industry’s largest selling workstation, and he grew Korg to become one of the country’s largest suppliers of electronic musical instruments to retailers and major artists. Kovins was renowned as one of the leading and most impassioned voices in music retailing and music education.