Visiting Assistant Professor
Steven Sehman joined the Fairhaven teaching faculty in 2013, where he teaches classes in music and audio recording. He earned a Doctor of Musical Arts from Stony Brook University, M.M. in performance and literature from the Eastman School of Music, and B.M. in music performance from Arizona State University. Steven came to Bellingham from New York City, where as a percussionist he performed in a number of groups across a wide variety of styles, appearing at prominent venues including Issue Project Room, the Park Avenue Armory, Galapagos Art Space, Symphony Space, and Merkin Hall. In the audio recording field, Steven specializes in music production integrating the programs Pro Tools, Ableton Live, and Reason in both the studio and as live performance tools.
20th/21st c. music history and cultural practice Music performance (communication in, improvisation, alternative practices & settings) Music theory, from common practice Classical to popular styles Repetitive music, from Minimalism to Electronic Dance Music Audio Recording and Production