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Name:
Helena Azevedo
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities
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Classes taught: CEMUS 141, MUSC 119, MUSC 120, MUSC 147, MUSC 151, MUSC 152, MUSC 153, MUSC 180, MUSC 251, MUSC 252, MUSC 253, MUSC 280, MUSC 298, MUSTC 141, MUSTC 191, MUSTC 192

Education & Training

B.A., University of California Santa Barbara
M.A., University of Texas Austin

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Name:
Kevin Bressler
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities
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Winter office hrs: Fridays 9-1PM via Zoom and email appointment

Classes taught: MUSTC 131, MUSTC 132, MUSTC 133, MUSTC 221, MUSTC 222, MUSTC 223, MUSTC 231, MUSTC 232, MUSTC 233, MUSTC 274, MUSTC 290

Name:
Jason Devore
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities
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Classes taught: MUSTC 121, MUSTC 122, MUSTC 231, MUSTC 232, MUSTC 233

Name:
Susan Ennis
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities

Winter office hrs: M: 12pm-1pm, Friday 12pm-1-pm

Classes taught: MUSC 196, MUSC 207, MUSC 210, MUSTC 100, MUSTC 101, MUSTC 200, MUSTC 201

Employee Bio

Sue Ennis is a multi-platinum songwriter from Seattle. She has written over 80 songs for the band Heart (35 million records sold.) Additionally, her songs are featured in commercials and 5 Hollywood films.  She is a music publisher and a national trustee for the Recording Academy ("The Grammys") and also serves on the Seattle Music Commission. Current projects include writing songs for a feature film about an all-girl rock band and writing the script for a Broadway-bound jukebox musical.  

Education & Training

B.A., Willamette University
M.A., University of California, Berkeley

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Name:
Cynthia Grace
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities
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Winter office hrs: Zoom T 1:45-2:45pm & 3-4 pm | Room 812 TH 3- 4 pm

Classes taught: BUS& 201, MUSTC 102, MUSTC 135

Employee Bio

Cynthia Grace is an attorney licensed in Washington. She has practiced in the areas of criminal defense, corporate law, estate planning and intellectual property. She is an accomplished educator, leader, and manager of people, systems, and events with a wide range of experience in the higher education, publishing, and nonprofit sectors.
When she is not in the court room or counseling a client she can be found singing, playing the harmonium and running live sound.

Education & Training

A.A.A., Art Institute of Seattle
B.A., Brandeis University
J.D., Washington & Lee University Law School

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Name:
Matthew Jorgensen
Job Title:
Instructor- Tenure Track
Division:
Humanities

Winter office hrs: Monday - Thursday: 10:00 - 11:15am

Classes taught: MUSC 147, MUSC 196, MUSC 296, MUSTC 121, MUSTC 122, MUSTC 123, MUSTC 151, MUSTC 154, MUSTC 155, MUSTC 180, MUSTC 181, MUSTC 271, MUSTC 272, MUSTC 273, MUSTC 274, MUSTC 290

Employee Bio

Matt Jorgensen started his music career as a student at Shoreline Community College before transferring to the New School for Jazz and Contemporary Music in New York City.
As a jazz drummer he has released 12 albums as a bandleader or co-leader. Together with his business partner John Bishop, he founded the jazz record label Origin Records which has released over 650 albums and created the annual four-day Ballard Jazz Festival which has gained international recognition for featuring a mix of Pacific Northwest talent and exciting, progressive headliners. In 2019, John Bishop and Matt Jorgensen were named one of 12 "Jazz Heros" by the Jazz Journalist Association.
As a composer, he has written music for Cascade Public Media's "Crosscut Festival," created the sonic identity for Seattle's PBS station KCTS9, composed the theme for KUOW's "Seattle Now" podcast as well as working on numerous short films.

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Name:
Jeffrey Kashiwa
Job Title:
Professor - FT Faculty
Division:
Humanities
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Winter office hrs: Mon-Thurs 11:00AM-12:30PM and by appt

Classes taught: CEMUS 141, MUSC 136, MUSC 139, MUSC 144, MUSC 147, MUSC 196, MUSC 296, MUSC& 105, MUSTC 131, MUSTC 141, MUSTC 142, MUSTC 143, MUSTC 152, MUSTC 153, MUSTC 163, MUSTC 193, MUSTC 241, MUSTC 242, MUSTC 243, MUSTC 290, MUSTC 293

Education & Training

B.A., California State University, Long Beach

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Name:
Evan Norberg
Job Title:
PTF/Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities

Winter office hrs: M, W 2-2:30 and flexible by appointment over zoom

Classes taught: CEMUS 141, MUSC 135, MUSC 147, MUSC 170, MUSC 175, MUSC 184, MUSC 270, MUSC 284, MUSTC 141, MUSTC 142, MUSTC 143

Employee Bio

Evan Norberg is versed in both classical and jazz styles, with experience in top-notch ensembles. Among them Edmonds Community College’s Soundsation, Seattle Children’s Choir, Central Washington University’s Chamber Choir, Vocal Jazz 1, and more. Professionally, Evan has performed as bass/baritone soloist for various major works, such as René Clausen’s Memorial, Handel’s Messiah, Faure’s Requiem, Mozart’s Vespers.
Influenced by many arrangers such as Vijay Singh, Kirk Marcy, and Kelly Kunz, Evan actively arranges his own charts with a steady stream for his own ensembles. More notably, his arrangement of Love You Madly was premiered at the National American Choral Directors Association Conference in Chicago in 2011.
Evan is excited to be a part of the Seattle Choir scene as a singing member of Choral Arts, local jazz group Last Call, and conductor to his own group, the Wellspring Ensemble.

Education & Training

B.M., M.M., Central Washington University

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Name:
Douglas Reid
Job Title:
Professor - FT Faculty
Division:
Humanities

Winter office hrs: By appointment

Classes taught: MUSC 100, MUSC 146, MUSC 196, MUSC 292, MUSC 296, MUSC 297, MUSC 298, MUSC 299, MUSTC 106, MUSTC 241

Employee Bio

A highly respected performer and music educator, Doug Reid is currently Director of Instrumental Music at Shoreline Community College located in Seattle, Washington. His professional experience is as varied as it is substantial. From classical recitals and master classes, to pop and jazz performances with national artists such as Mel Torme, John Pizzerelli, Tower of Power and many more, his distinctive saxophone sound can be heard throughout the northwest.
Doug has been a clinician at the International Association of Jazz Educators, The Washington State Music Educators Conference, North American Saxophone Conference and has contributed articles for the Saxophone Journal.
He has conducted honor groups in Washington, Illinois, Vancouver BC, California and Oregon. Mr. Reid is highly sought after as both an adjudicator and guest artist at regional music festivals.
A graduate of North Texas State University, Doug is an Educator/Clinician for Keilwerth saxophones.

Education & Training

B.A., North Texas State University
M.Ed., City University

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