Shoreline Music Student, Trevor Eaden, Wins First Place in Regional Vocal Competition
Three music students from Shoreline Community College participated in the Northwest
Regional Vocal Adjudications of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS).
Trevor Eaden, who studies voice with Fred Lokken, won First Place in the Lower College
Classical Division for Men, among participants from community and four-year colleges
and universities across Washington, Oregon, and Alaska and will advance to the National
level. Clara Todd and Kehla Grow, vocal students studying with Meg Stecker-Thorsen,
participated in the Lower College Women’s Division and both received many favorable
comments from the judges.
Trevor’s performance included Mozart’s “Se vuol ballare” (from The Marriage of Figaro), Schumann’s “Du bist wie eine Blume” and “Money, Oh!” by Michael Head. His next step is to submit performance videos for the National level competition and if those performances are scored high enough, he will participate in the in-person national finals to be held in Las Vegas in late June.
Congratulations to all of these devoted vocal student for their excellent work and fine representation of the music department and Shoreline Community College!