is a young American composer, vocalist, and teacher. She completed
her Bachelor’s degree in Music Composition from Portland State University in 2016, followed by private composition studies with world-renown composer Ēriks Ešenvalds in Riga, Latvia. Wildeman was chosen as runner up in the Chamber Music Northwest Spring 2016 Composition Competition, and is the Artistic Director of a local new music choir, Foris. As a vocalist, she has competed internationally in countries such as Spain and Italy with the Portland State Chamber choir and Marylhurst University Choir respectively. As a soloist, she made her debut performance with the Oregon Symphony in the 2015 Symphony of Heroes concert. She currently sings locally in Portland with a number of ensembles including Foris and Humanis. Marisa also teaches voice, piano, and composition lessons to students of all ages in the Portland area.
is a composer, conductor, and teacher, playing both drums and keyboards in the Portland area. His most notable performances include playing organ on the album "Rotations" by Golden Retriever, improvising on keyboard for ComedySportz, competing internationally with the Portland State Chamber choir, and holding the position of music director for Meridian United Church of Christ in Wilsonville, Oregon. He also teaches private drum and piano lessons. As a choral composer and arranger, his works have been performed in Portland, Oregon and Nashville, Tennessee. Colin also co-founded Bridging Voices, a chorus for LGBTQ+ and affirming youth, and served as their first Artistic Director.