What People Are Saying
“These guys are great – they really kept the attention of the teenagers and made it interesting. I think they were really positive role models for them – it was really good for them to see people not much older than them doing something constructive with their lives and with real enthusiasm.”
“The impromptu free-style rap that happened with the group was great. Everyone in the room could feel how it was so much in the moment- that is rare and inspiring.”
-Tim Merton, Cellist and Founder of Sarasa Ensemble. Metro Detention Center in Dorchester. MA.
"Here is an interactive concert that is so much fun, you almost won't be aware of the deep learning that is embedded for young listeners. These expert musicians take us on a journey around the city of Boston while introducing us to the brass family, to various composers, to the physics of making sound, to musical structure - - it's 45 minutes packed with artistry and joy. Perfect for schools and family concertsparents and children alike will be enthralled."
-Dr. Judith Hill Bose, Director of Teacher Education, Longy School of Music
“Wow. Those guys are really great, musically and as entertainers... Their creative way of introducing the students to the concept of the canon (and double canon) was perfect and the kids were really engaged.”
-Sachiko Tanaka Rodes, Parent Arts Coordinator. Tobin Elementary School, Cambridge, MA.