Guest Performers

Simeon Billick

Simeon has been involved with music since his early days of high school, and has been playing bass and piano since his senior year. Besides his love for jazz and fusion,Simeon also performs chorally through Skagit Valley College, where he will graduate with his degree as a Registered Nurse in Spring of this year. He will be pursuing his Bachelors of Science in Nursing afterwards in the Fall.  Despite his studies, Simeon finds time to play with local jazz combos, pop and rock groups, and in the pit band for orchestras and musicals when requested. He is excited to be a part of the Skagit Valley Chorale's band and thanks Adam for inviting him back again this year!

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Evergreen Elementary Eagle Choir
Director, Mrs. Angela Mazur.


The Evergreen Elementary Eagle Choir, under the direction of Mrs. Angela Mazur, is a small group of third and fourth grade students from Evergreen Elementary School in Sedro-Woolley. This new group, part of the larger school choir, has been meeting weekly to prepare for this concert. The students are excited to perform here at McIntyre Hall with the Skagit Valley Chorale, and proud to represent the Sedro-Woolley School District.

Evergreen Choir with Blue Curtain

Mrs. Mazur moved to Bellingham last summer from Anchorage, Alaska. In Alaska, she worked over a decade as an English teacher, musical theatre vocal director, and an elementary music teacher. She is honored to start a new music program for Evergreen Elementary, and to share her passion of the arts with stories and experiences. Some of her most gratifying involvement with the arts include playing the piccolo in the West Virginia University Marching Band, singing with an International Choir in Austria, participating in the FRINGE Theatre Festival in Edinburgh, Scotland and performing as a cast member in Walt Disney World. She is hopeful her love of music and the arts will continue to provide opportunities for her students at Evergreen Elementary.

Mrs. Angela Mazur, Evergreen Choir Director

Steven Sehman

Percussionist Steven Sehman creates electroacoustic music that incorporates acoustic instruments, analog synths, field recordings and digital media. Prior to moving to Bellingham, Sehman resided in New York City, where he performed at prominent venues including Le Poisson Rouge, Issue Project Room, Galapagos Art Space, and the Park Avenue Armory. Sehman is a graduate of the Eastman School of Music, and currently teaches in the Audio Technology, Music, and Society program at Fairhaven College of Interdisciplinary Studies, at Western Washington University.

Steven Sehman