Linda Fahlgren-Moe is a life-long singer and lover of jazz music in particular! A graduate of Eastern Washington University in Vocal Performance and Music Education, Linda has participated in musical theater, classical voice study and recitals, professional entertainment as a lead vocalist, as well as USO shows in the Pacific, European and Alaska Air Command regions. Linda also earned her MMA degree from Pacific Lutheran University and has taught vocal music and professional music performance skills at Green River Community College and Auburn Riverside High School. Now retired from her role as a music educator, Linda LOVES to sing with “Voices4” as well as the Rainier Chorale, and looks forward to singing for you!
Kailey’s musical story begins with her dear friend (and mentor), Linda Fahlgren-Moe. It was in high school, under Linda’s direction, that she learned just how special it was to participate in the school musicals and both concert and jazz choirs. As a student at the University of Washington, Kailley performed in musical theater productions and the vocal jazz ensemble. (This is where she first met Martin Rothwell.) She has also been known to dabble in wedding singing, jazz open mics, Seattle Children’s Theatre, a surf rock band, the Rainier Chorale and of course, the occasional (ok, frequent) karaoke escapade!
Martin Rothwell has been performing as a vocalist since 1992, when he joined the Northwest Boychoir in Seattle. After eleven years with the organization he attended the University of Washington, where he studied under Jane Eaglen and Vinson Cole. A frequent performer in many genres around the Seattle area, he has been a soloist with the Seattle Symphony, lead singer in a jazz band and had roles in musical theater productions. You can hear his voice on the soundtracks of recent World of Warcraft and Halo games, in various movie trailers, and in films from Wild America (1997) to Mirror Mirror (2012). Martin has recently performed as a soloist with the Northwest Boychoir, Epiphany Music Guild and the Seattle Symphony.
Rae Colborne was introduced to music at a young age (in Canada) when he played cornet in a marching band. Throughout his high school and college years, he led and played in several local bands in the San Diego area. In 1967 Rae auditioned for the Army band and spent three years playing trumpet in Washington State and Berlin, Germany. After the army, Rae returned to Washington and attended Central Washington University, where he studied composition and received a BA in music education. Throughout his career, he has played in bands, taught private lessons and worked in the public schools, teaching instrumental and general music. Now retired, Rae enjoys performing with the Rainier Choral and directing his church choir. Forming the group, “Voices4” has been a dream of Rae’s for many years! Visit Rae’s Composer website: https://raeborne.wixsite.com/rcmp