2000 Rob Moose was profiled in the New York Times Fashion & Style section on November 21. Titled “Rob Moose: Breathing New Life Into Classical Music,” the article focused on his current work with yMusic, an experimental chamber music sextet he co-founded. yMusic released its second album in September.
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In the last decade, Rob has emerged as one of the most sought after Rob Moose’s sextet, yMusic. Rob is third from the right. instrumentalists, arrangers and producers of his generation. As violinist and guitarist, Moose has toured with Antony & the Johnsons, Sufjan Stevens, My Brightest Diamond, Beth Orton, and Glen Hansard. In 2011, he joined Bon Iver, writing arrangements and recording strings for the group’s sophomore album. Highlights of that experience include four sold-out concerts at Radio City Music Hall, an appearance on Saturday Night Live, a Gold record, and two Grammy wins for “Best New Artist” and “Best Alternative Album.”
I am proud of the opportunities, freedoms and responsibilities that this country offers to us all and now can call it my own.”
1999 Angela Dixon Guerrera and Justin Guerrera welcomed Samantha Grace Guerrera to the world on May 15, 2014. She was greeted by her sister Gabriella Michelle, born in 2012.
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2001 William Burris III became a United States Masters Swimming National Champion by winning the 50-meter freestyle event at the Marriott USMS Summer National Championship in College Park, MD. More than 1,000 swimmers competed in events during the five-day master’s swim meet that was held at the University of Maryland. Burris also placed fourth in the 50-meter backstroke.
2002 Kellie Machlus and husband Zach Roftus welcomed their first child, daughter Delilah, on August 19. 38
The Guerrera children, Gabriella and Samantha. Adam Serlin, who works with adjudicated youth at NorthEast Treatment Centers in Philadelphia, helped to organize a city-wide basketball tournament for the second year in a row. Held this past November, it pitted the all-stars from the Philadelphia Provider’s League (including boys from 11 treatment programs for teenage offenders) against Philadelphia Juvenile Probation Officers. It took place at the Martin Luther King Recreation Center in North Philadelphia. The event also featured a Thanksgiving food drive for the local community and a community resource fair.
Kellie Machlus ’02 and her husband Zach Rotfus with their daughter, Delilah. SPRING 2015