Percussionist Steven Sehman specializes in the performance of cross media works. His performance at the 2012 Gaudeamus Muziekweek NYC was praised by Alex Ross (The New Yorker): “Steven Sehman…made the room shimmer with a fantastic range of timbres.” Prior to moving to Bellingham in 2013, Sehman resided in New York City, where he performed at prominent venues including Le Poisson Rouge, Issue Project Room, Galapagos Art Space, Merkin Hall, Symphony Space, and the Park Avenue Armory. Sehman currently teaches in the Audio and Society program at Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies (WWU).
Hollie Huthman is co-owner, booker and manager of The Shakedown in Bellingham, WA. Aside from running a music venue, she has been involved in the Bellingham music community for over a decade as a musician (currently in the band Dryland) and live music photographer.
Amy Marchegiani has lived in Bellingham for 25 years and has always been a supporter of the live local music scene – attending performances, making logos, posters and other merchandise for bands, and playing bass in Everybody’s Debbie, USS Horsewhip, ’76 Charger, Sugar High Mustangs, and (currently) Cat Bomb She worked as a senior graphic designer for several local businesses, including GrizzlyIndustrial, Allsop, and McNett, and was a co-founder of What’s Up Magazine . Amy is now teaching art, science and life skills atHomeport Learning Center. She also teaches a wide range of art styles and techniques at Western WashingtonUniversity and Bellingham Art.
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