Music Business Presentation - March 9, 2018
We are pleased to have booked three Guest Speakers to present their expertise working in the music business. Seattle Musician Union Representative, Nate Omdal, will discuss issues relating to musician rights, safety issues and local resources. Zoe Kalousis is currently working as a booking agent at Darrell's Tavern and will discuss a one-sheet PR document to solicit work at clubs. Artistic duo and former students, Bradley Laina & Taylor Lynn, who joined forces to create Vaudeville Etiquette, a successful touring act, will discuss their journey from being students to a headlining group. This event is intended for our music students who are serious about building their professional careers in a very competitive industry. You really NEED this information, so don't miss this special event!
Friday, March 9, 2018 at 12:30 pm
Music Building 800, Room 818
Seeking Musicians (all styles) for the Express Yourself Showcase on February 22, 2018
ATTENTION MUSIC STUDENTS: We are looking for instrumentalists, vocalists, rappers, D.J.s and bands for a showcase of diverse performances. Open to all styles and formats from acoustic to electronic. We've reserved the stage at Darrell’s Tavern in Shoreline for Shoreline Community College music students who are excited to perform their original compositions. Everyone is invited to apply. For more information, please contact Jim Elenteny in office 810 as soon as possible!
Shoreline Community College – Opera Workshop 2018
January 10, 2018
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Shoreline Community College Musical Theater and Opera program proudly presents Opera Workshop 2018, featuring Washington state stories and music. Highlighting the workshop performances is a world premiere by Seattle composer Bruce Monroe. A delightful one-act opera, Command Performance was written especially for this workshop program. Based on historical events taking place during the reign of Russian Empress Catherine “The Great”, Command Performance juxtaposes the dilemma of a young nobleman fleeing the wrath of his father with a trained troupe of opera-performing serfs ready to perform on command. These working peasants are both a puzzle and a wonder to all who encounter them. Hilarious hijinks arise and after appearances by the Empress herself, the opera culminates in praise and celebration by the serfs and their masters.
Also included on the program is The Quartet, by well-known Seattle composer Bern Herbolsheimer. This miniature opera is a charming adaptation of an original Slavic tale, deliciously scored for singers and chamber ensemble. Crowning these performances are scenes from The Golden Apple (music by Jerome Moross and libretto by John Latouche) and set in Washington state.
February 23 & 24, 2018 at 7:30 pm
February 25, 2018 at 3 pm
Shoreline Community College Campus Theater (1600)
16101 Greenwood Avenue North
Tickets are available online at Brown Paper Tickets and at the door.
Funding for this workshop is generously provided by the Student Body Government of Shoreline Community College. The project is also supported by a Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council Community Project Award.
For more information please contact Dr. Charles Enlow, producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Opera Workshop Program Awarded Community Project Grant from Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council
Shoreline’s Opera Workshop Program has been awarded a Community Project Grant from the Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council for its upcoming Opera Workshop 2018. The Grant will fund the commission of a new opera by Seattle composer Bruce Monroe. Mr. Monroe is a well-known conductor and composer, with credentials at the Fifth Avenue Theater, Village Theater, Seattle Children’s Theater, New York Public Theater, and the Oregon Shakespeare Festival. The composer’s opera, Command Performance, will receive its world premiere as part of the performances for Opera Workshop 2018. Showdates will be February 23, 24, and 25, 2018. For more information, please contact Dr. Charles Enlow at email@example.com or call (206) 546-4524.
Vocal Students Received Top Awards
Several Shoreline Community College vocal music students were recently awarded top prizes at the Puget Sound Student Adjudications of the National Association of Teachers of Singing / Puget Sound region. The competition was held on Saturday, November 11, 2017 at Seattle Pacific University.
- Trevor Eaden received First Place in the lower college men’s division. This is the second time he has received this award while studying voice with Fred Lokken.
- In the lower college women’s division, Clara Todd was awarded First Place, Kehla Grow was awarded Second Place, and Kia Burt received Honorable Mention. All three students are studying voice with Meg Stecker-Thorsen.
- Gloria Tzuang received Honorable Mention in the Classical Avocational 2 division.
She is also studying voice with Meg Stecker-Thorsen.
Trevor and Clara also received a cash prize for their accomplishment, and along with Kehla Grow, they have an opportunity to compete in the regional adjudications taking place next quarter.
This marks the 4th year in a row, and the 5th out of the last six years, that one or more Shoreline Community College students received First Place awards in their respective categories. Congratulations to our awarded students and to all of the Shoreline Community College participants.