You were absolutely
fantastic...thank you so much for a spectacular evening.
God bless you both.
Mike Bocchino and the St. Patrick's Committee,
The powerful message was expressed beautifully through music,
dialogue and song. It was an exceptional program
Eileen Perryman, teacher, St. Rita's School,
thanks for the marvelous performance. As a teacher, I was
attracted to the graceful way you interwove historical and
cultural aspects of bells into your presentation.
Eileen Fay, Mid-Hudson Children's Museum
are Still Ringing from the glorious sounds of your program.
Excellent job combining music with history and some fun...
We look forward to working with you again. (We are pleased
to be booked for an encore, millennium performance).
Florence Smith, Lead Educator, Strong Museum,
Engaged and sustained the interest of each grade level from
pre-k-8. I would not hesitate to recommend your program.
Donna Carolan, Principal, St. Martin DePores,
We were dazzled by the multi-talents and entertainment and
education combinations of The Martins. Our music teacher
will regret missing this one.
Nancy Peck, teacher, St. Rita's School, Rochester,
of The Martins added immeasurably to the overall elegance
of the United Nations, Peace Bell Ceremony.
Gregory de Sousa, CEO Earth Day Foundation, United
The ability to involve over 950 students in your presentation
Jean Maxson, Pine Tree Elementary School
We are fortunate to have many types of music presented to
our children... none has fascinated us more than your performance
! ... truly an amazing display of what the mind and body
can do .... Just great!
Ted Smith, Principal, Eastlake Elementary School
A truly memorable experience a unique talent of being able
to interact with children of all ages, exceptionally creative.
Thank you for such a Stimulating, educational and fun experience.
June Skula, Assistant Director, Student Activities
Dutchess Community College Family Festival
We as citizens
of the United States and the only super power are the present
leaders of the world.
As we begin the 21st century, our children and future leaders
need to be prepared now... not later, to understand that
freedom is not a spectator sport but a continuing process
of rights, and responsibilities.
Both the immediate and long term consequences of our actions
for living on this fragile planet need to be considered
Our children at an earlier and earlier age are being encouraged
in sports, music, computer technology, business ...
As we enter this new millennium our children need to be
schooled in a creative, engaging manner to understand that
freedom is for all regardless of race, color or creed or
We need to share and fulfill this message with everyone
in our global village.
We will continue to use the sight, sound and symbol of the
bell to propel and foster this message.