Olympic College Music Department

Photo Gallery


 Teresa Eliason announces at the performance in OC's Student

Rick White overlooks the Jazz Band.

At Jazzline's performance at OC's Student Center, Rick White, the instrumental director and Teresa Eliason consult with our sound guy.

Jazzline performs in the Bremer Student Center on the Olympic College Bremerton Campus during a lunch hour.


Here, Jazzline, Olympic College's audition vocal jazz group performs in the first concert of the new school year. The fall concert was held at the Roxy Theater in downtown Bremerton.


Also at the Roxy, Olympic College's Jazz Band performed. The group is an audition band led by director Rick White.


Ian Jones and his tenor saxophone perform a solo during the Jazz Band performance. The piece was during Widow's Walk by R. Magitza.

Shannon Smith a member of Jazzline, collaborates with the Jazz Band in the performance of Puccini's Madame Butterfly.


Here, we transition to our fall concert featuring Wind Ensemble, Concert Choir and Chamber Choir. The concert was held at Bremerton's Sylvan Way Baptist Church. Above is a picture of the flute sectional that performed a few pieces including "Hark the Herald."


Band member Brett Cummings awards a plaque to Kent Larabee for his exceptional dedication to the music program. Larabee celebrated 15 years performing with Wind Ensemble this fall.

During the performance, special guests Peninsula Girls Choir performed. The group is composed of 13 members and led by faculty member Dr. Robert Trainer.


Concert and Chamber Choir step up under the direction of Teresa Eliason. Accompaning on piano are Miriam Haddon and Evin Lambert. The group performed several traditional songs as well as holiday favorites.


Chamber Choir performs Pinkam's For Him She Sings.


Both Choirs concluded in a joint effort with Sleigh Ride and lots of smiles.



At the Winter Quarter Concert, Jazzline performed for a large audience.


Nate Mathis performs during "Summer Nights" an original composition by student Joey Walbaum who has won awards for his pieces, including "Meet Me in the Middle."


Jazz Band's guest performers Trombanga

played salsa music while students danced.

Reviewed on 7/101/14