Our alumni have gone on to work in various fields related to music technology, audio production, and the arts/entertainment business. Check out some of our success stories below!
Kevin Hopkins, Class of 2013
After graduating from Salisbury University, Kevin was hired by Maryland Sound International (MSI), which has provided sound reinforcement for the last six presidential inaugurations. At the last inauguration, Kevin was in charge of the stage that housed the U.S. Marine Corps Band. He has since accepted a position as a Systems Integration Tech with a sister company (MSI-DFAT), which uses acoustic principles to test spacecraft and aerospace structures.
Jessica Kroll, Class of 2015
Jessica now works as an Entertainment Technician for Maryland Live! Casino in Hanover, MD, where she is responsible for running lights, sound, and video for casino events. Jessica works on an AVID Venue SC48 console and a Grand MA2 light board in addition to various other equipment. To date, she has had the pleasure of working with many professional musicians, including LeAnn Rimes and Pat Benatar.
Jacob Shatuck, Class of 2015
Jacob now works as an Audio Engineer for Riverfront Audio Visual in Wilmington, DE, which provides AV support for conferences and business meetings, as well as large concerts and sporting events. He provides audio support for a multitude of events and has had the opportunity to work with many politicians and artists, including Joe Biden, Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, Governors Jack Markell and John Carney, Bill Nye, Artimus Pyle Band, Bebe Winans, Galant, and Rozes.
Anisa Vintimilla, Class of 2015
Ana is the Administrative & Programs Assistant Coordinator for the Salisbury-Wicomico Arts Council, where she works to plan and promote fundraisers and music/art events. She handles the social media marketing for the organization, takes care of their graphic design needs, and constantly works to make connections with local artists, venues, institutions, and the surrounding community.