Sherrine Mostin – Program Director & Voice
Sherrine Mostin was born and raised on a small pear and walnut farm in Kelseyville, California. Her mother began giving her piano lessons at the age of five, and she began singing in choir in the fifth grade. She participated in the Kelseyville High School music program (jazz choir, jazz band, and concert band) for four years, and upon graduation, Sherrine decided to continue her study of music at CSU Sacramento.
In 2009 Sherrine graduated cum laude with her Bachelor’s degree in Jazz Studies from Sacramento State. She went on to pursue her Master’s degree in Jazz Studies at CSU Long Beach, with a full scholarship and teaching assistantship, and graduated in the Spring of 2011. Sherrine then moved to Florida where she is currently pursuing a Doctoral degree in Studio Music and Jazz at the University of Miami. She is also involved in GOGO (Guitars over Guns Organization), an outreach program that promotes music and mentoring to at-risk youth in North Miami. Sherrine also teaches at several private music studios and works as a professional musician in the Miami area.