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Name:
Steven Barsotti
Job Title:
Associate Faculty
Division:
Music
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Spring office hrs: Mon: 11:30am – 12:30pm, 2:00pm – 3:30pm Wed: 11:30

Classes taught: MUSTC121, MUSTC122, MUSTC123, MUSTC131, MUSTC132, MUSTC133, MUSTC232, MUSTC274, MUSTC290

Employee Bio

Steve Barsotti is a Seattle based improviser, sound artist, instrument inventor and educator. He is active in several ongoing projects including the Seattle Phonographers Union, a collective that improvises in real time with unprocessed field recordings, and Mimeomeme, a record label that disseminates unusual sound art made by an eclectic collective of artists involved with a variety of unconventional techniques.
Steve has been teaching for over 20 years. He primarily teaches at the college level but has also given artists lectures and workshops in various approaches to electronic music, sound art, and production techniques. He has taught at Columbia College in Chicago, the Art Institute of Seattle, Cornish College of the Arts, The Seattle Film Institute and Shoreline Community college.
Steve also runs Kazbar Media, a small media company dedicated to telling the stories of the variety of cultures that make up the American experience, with his wife Laila.

Education & Training

B.F.A., M.F.A., The School of the Art Institute of Chicago

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Name:
David Bristow
Job Title:
Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities & ESL/ABE/GED
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Spring office hrs: Tues, Thurs 11:30 - 12:30

Classes taught: MUSC 196, MUSTC143, MUSTC151, MUSTC154, MUSTC155, MUSTC271, MUSTC272, MUSTC273, MUSTC292

Employee Bio

Dave Bristow, born in London, graduated from university with a BSc in Psychology but preferred to use his musical talents, performing and recording with a variety of artists and working with Yamaha’s synthesizer production team. He created factory voicing for the well-known DX7 synthesizer and is internationally recognized as one of the important contributors to the voicing of FM synthesis, co-authoring a text-book on the subject with inventor Dr John Chowning. Dave moved to the United States in 1995 to join the production team at the electronic music company Emu Systems, Inc. producing sampling and filter based synthesizers, notably "Morpheus" and Emulator 4 keyboard. From 2002, he began working again with Yamaha, focusing on the support of their SMAF audio systems for cell-phones and mobile devices, developing ringtones and system alert sounds. He began teaching at Shoreline in 2011.

Education & Training

B.Sc., University of Aston in Birmingham, UK

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Name:
Charles Enlow
Job Title:
Music
Division:
Humanities & ESL/ABE/GED
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Spring office hrs: Monday - Thursday, 1 - 2 pm

Classes taught: DRMA 145, DRMA 146, DRMA 207, DRMA 208, DRMA 209, DRMA 297, MUSC 100, MUSC 147, MUSC 154, MUSC 155, MUSC 156, MUSC 164, MUSC 165, MUSC 166, MUSC 180, MUSC 280, MUSC 298, MUSC&141

Employee Bio

Charles Enlow, D.M.A., is Associate Professor of music at Shoreline Community College, where he produces and directs the college's annual Opera Workshop and Musical Theater productions. Dr. Enlow studied at The Juilliard School, The San Francisco Conservatory of Music, and The University of Texas at Austin, where he received a Master of Music (M.M) and Doctor of Musical Arts (D.M.A.) in Piano Performance. At Shoreline College he also provides instruction in piano, music theory, collaborative piano, and vocal ensemble performance. As a piano soloist, Dr. Enlow has performed throughout North America and Europe, and has collaborated with many vocalists and instrumentalists in recitals and recordings. Dr. Enlow is active as a teacher, coach, and pedagogue of chamber music ensembles, vocal soloists, and pianists.

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Name:
Evan Norberg
Job Title:
Associate Faculty
Division:
Humanities & ESL/ABE/GED

Spring office hrs: M-F 9am-11:20 and 2:00-3:30 by appointment

Classes taught: MUSC 107, MUSC 135, MUSC 147, MUSC 170, MUSC 175, MUSC 184, MUSC 206, MUSC 264, MUSC 270, MUSC 284

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:
Doug Reid
Job Title:
Department Chair Music
Division:
Humanities & ESL/ABE/GED

Spring office hrs: 10-10:30, 11:30-noon. Afternoon by appointment

Classes taught: CEMUS100, MUSC 100, MUSC 140, MUSC 146, MUSC 147, MUSC 196, MUSC 296, MUSC 297, MUSC 298, MUSC 299, MUSTC106

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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Name:
Owen Strain
Job Title:
Prgm Support Supvsr 2, Music Tech, Music
Division:
Humanities & ESL/ABE/GED

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