Sally K. Albrecht, M.M. '79, is the Director of School Choral & Classroom Publications for Alfred Music Publishing Co., Inc., a position she has held for 22 years. She currently has over 325 popular choral publications in print and over 50 larger works, including musicals, songbooks, and cantatas.
Gary Fry, B.M. '76 is the composer-in-residence for the Chicago Symphony Orchestra’s Welcome, Yule! Christmas concerts. He had 11 works on last year's program, including premiere performances of his original "Things We Do Each Christmas" as well as his arrangements of "Deck the Halls" and "Believe", and his adaptation and re-orchestration of William Henry Fry's Santa Claus Symphony (1853). He is also the artistic consultant and arranger for the Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s Christmas Celebration concerts. Fry's Christmas music was also performed by the Philadelphia Orchestra, the Colorado Symphony, the Seattle Symphony, and other orchestras this Christmas season.
Beth Gibbs, D.M.A. '10, in choral conducting, is assistant professor of music and director of choral studies at Florida Southern College in Lakeland, FL.
Joshua Henry, B.M. ’06, earned his second Tony nomination for Best Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical for his performance as "Flick" in his return to Broadway this spring in the Roundabout Theatre Company’s production of Violet opposite Sutton Foster. The role also earned him nominations for Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards.
Robert Sheldon, B.M. '75 is a composer of concert band and orchestral music with over 200 publications in print. He has completed over 120 commissions since 1984. Sheldon, a 25 time recipient of the ASCP Standard Award, is the Concert Band Editor for Alfred Music Publishing.
Ken Wakia from Nairobi, Kenya graduated from Frost with a M.M. in Choral Conducting in 2005. He is the Cultural and Educational Affairs Specialist at the American Embassy in Nairobi, running more that two dozen cultural and educational exchange programs between the peoples of Kenya and the US including the Fulbright program.