Small Ensemble Recital at SCC Music department Friday - open to public

Thursday, March 16, 2017



The Small Ensemble Recitals are considered to be a “talent showcase” for the dedicated music students at Shoreline Community College. This is their time to shine in the spotlight and to have an opportunity to perform in front of their peers.

Students are chosen by their instructors to perform at the recitals and the criteria requires students to have been involved in a music ensemble throughout the quarter. This is an invaluable experience for students to build confidence musically through focused preparation. The opportunity to perform in front of an audience helps them develop their stage presence.

Everyone is welcome to attend in support of student performers.

Shoreline Community College - Small Ensemble Recital, Friday, March 17, 2017 at 12:30pm.

Shoreline Community College - Music Department, Music Building 800, Room 818, 16101 Greenwood Avenue North, Shoreline 98133. Campus maps.

Free Admission but small fee for parking on campus.

Vocal Ensemble -  Directed by Dr. Charles Enlow
Performing: “What You Mean to Me” from Finding Neverland
Singers: Anita Proudfoot and Ferandi Yennas

Performing: “For Now” from Avenue Q
Jaime Worthington, Anita Proudfoot, Danny Bracy, Ferandi Yennas, Mike Anthis, Josh Pulley

Repertoire Jazz Ensemble -  Directed by Steve Kim
Performing: “Toys” and “Tell Me a Bedtime Story"
Musicians: Scott Anders – Keyboard, Ben Haase – Bass, Nick Gronewald  and Andrew Ferguson – Guitar, Jasan Pai – Alto Sax, Dane Stafford – Drums

Brass Ensemble -  Directed by Al Keith
Performing: "La Vaillance"
Musicians: CJ Roundy – Tuba , Andrew Cram, Nick Gronewald – Trumpets, Bazel Rivera – Trombone

Snarky Ensemble -  Directed by Jeff Kashiwa
Performing: ”Cachaca” and ”Tarova”
Musicians: David Bissell and Dillyn Kost - Alto Sax, Steve McAnulty - Bari Sax,  Andrew Cram and Joseph Mertens - Trumpet, Kyle Amundson - Guitar




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