"A Night At The Movies" Renee Terrill with the Mike Horsfall Trio
Sep 29, 2017 at 8:00 PM
Minors OK when accompanied by a parent or guardian
Doors open at 7:00

$15 Advance
$20 At the Door

Come enjoy a magical night of music from the movies with Renee Terrill and the Mike Horsfall Trio. Renee returns to the Alberta Rose Theatre with a show packed with Hollywood favorites.

The evening will include opening themes, selections from musicals, Disney, classical, contemporary and even Celtic pieces. These songs, written by remarkable composers and lyricists, are as emotionally engaging as they are entertaining.

Reserve your tickets now to experience these amazing works where music gets to be the feature role.
Let us entertain you!
Ticket sales ended Sep 29, 2017 7:00 PM. Additional tickets may be available at the box office.
Renee Terrill | 8:00 PM
Northwest native, Renee Terrill (fka Renee Madsen), is a songbird in every sense of the term. Singing everywhere she goes, her love of music and beauty are apparent. Her light lyric coloratura soprano voice easily navigates through a variety of music styles and genres, but is most at home with American Songbook/Jazz Standards, Pop, New Age, Celtic and classical music. She has a bright, clear and sweet voice that is beautifully paired with her artistic expression and love of entertaining.

Although currently well known as a medium, Renee has pursued singing since she was little. As with any love, her relationship with her voice and singing has had its ups and downs. After three car accidents, a heavy work schedule, and a little more than a decade of improper training as a mezzo-soprano, she began having difficulties with her voice. Never one to quit, and always driven to pursue her love of singing, Renee began to seek out a new voice teacher.

In 2008, friend and composer, Michael Hoppe referred her to master teacher, Linda Brice. Starting from the ground up, she has spent the last eight years working to heal and master her voice - studying speech, classical and non-classical singing, as well as obtaining certification as a Holistic Voice Teacher with Linda Brice (Transformational Voice Institute & Authentic Voice Consultants). Imagine the surprise of finding out that she wasn’t a mezzo-soprano, but a high soprano! With a new range of skills and techniques, and more freedom to express herself through singing, the world of music became a candy store. Combined with her gifts as a medium and a sensitive, she transports the listener through time, taking them on an emotional journey.

Ever the student, she has fun continuing to learn and hone her craft, marrying masterful technique with heartfelt expression. Now, with her authentic voice fully free, she enjoys sharing her love of music in order to touch the hearts of all who hear her. more >>>
Mike Horsfall - Piano
Mike Horsfall has enjoyed a diverse musical career for over 35 years, and is in demand as a recording artist, concert soloist, composer, arranger, and educator on both piano and vibraphone. He has performed with a large number of world class musicians, including, Chuck Redd, Holly Hofman, Rebecca Kilgore, Darrell Grant, Kurt Elling, Janis Siegel, and Bud Shank, and has worked with such notable groups as Pink Martini, the Nu Shooz Orchestra, the Portland Chamber Orchestra, and Tall Jazz - a group he co-founded in 1989 - which was voted into the Jazz Society of Oregon’s Hall of Fame in 2010. Mike currently serves on the music faculty at Willamette University, Mt. Hood Community College, and Oregon Episcopal School.

Kevin Deitz - Bass
Kevin is a versatile acoustic and electric bassist, a composer/arranger, educator, clinician and an adjudicator. He currently teaches Music Theory, Music Fundamentals, Music and the Media, History of Rock and Roll and Jazz/Classical Bass at Clackamas Community College near Portland, Oregon. As a classical bassist, Kevin has performed with the Eugene Symphony, Salem Chamber Orchestra, Oregon Festival of American Music Orchestra, Portland Ballet Orchestra, Portland Opera Orchestra, Portland Chamber Orchestra, Symphonia Concertante Chamber Orchestra, the American Strauss Orchestra, Fear No Music chamber orchestra and with many regional symphonic choirs. As a cellist, Kevin has performed with the Portland Summer Festival Orchestra, Collage Trio, the Nu Shooz Orchestra, Skyline String Quartet, with Beach Boys founder Brian Wilson and with talk show host Regis Philbin.

Jazz bass performances include concerts with Mose Allison, Terrence Blanchard, Dave Brubeck, Herb Ellis, Dave Frishberg, Benny Golson, Pete Christlieb, Bobby Shew and Diane Shurr. Pop and smooth jazz performances include concerts with the Oregon Symphony, Frankie Avalon, Sheena Easton, Fabian, Robert Goulet, Tom Grant, Marvin Hamlisch, Jeff Kashiwa, The Moody Blues World Orchestra, Kenny Rankin, Bobby Rydell, The Shirelles, Dan Siegal, Toni Tenille, and Mason Williams.

Kevin is a veteran of the Portland studio scene, appearing on 20 album/CD projects to date and on numerous recordings for commercial clients like Music Minus One, Roland Musical Instruments, QFC Foods and Nike. Kevin’s critically acclaimed CD of original jazz compositions, “Skylines,” was released on June 16th, 2009 on the Origin Arts label. Jazzweek Magazine ranked it in the top 50 jazz recordings in its first week of release, and it is currently receiving international radio airplay. “La Contessa,” from the CD was recently chosen for use on NPR’s Morning Edition radio show.
Kevin is an artist/clinician for Conklin basses and Conklin Sidewinder strings.

Charlie Doggett - Drums
Charlie Doggett, a native Oregonian, began violin lessons at age 8 and later switched to the drum set. Mostly self-taught in his early years, he started playing professionally as a teenager and later received formal instruction, through scholarship, at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance. In 2000, Charlie relocated to Portland and has since performed throughout the Pacific Northwest, West Coast, and Europe. He is a longstanding member of Upper Left Trio, David Friesen Trio, David Friesen Quintet, Superjazzers, and the Jessie Marquez Group, to name a few. more >>>