We’ve had our share of critical attention over the years… but never like this.  Check out some recent words from our new buddies at Mt. Penn Elementary’s fourth grade class:

from tough critics:
“Thank you for coming to our school and playing for us.  We all (even Tyler) enjoyed your music” -Anna

and technical mastery:
“I really liked your music, and instruments, and your form” – Draven

to the generic:
“Thank you for the good music and about the violins and stuff” – Walter

from incredible music-inspired stories:
“Thank you, thank you, thank you I really love your music. The story I would like to share is a girl running in a mansion and falls into a weird world and she has to get out of there before taco night.  She felt she was gone for months but technically only 5 mins in the real world.  She finally finds a sign that says EXIT. She’s finally home in time for taco night even though she was only gone for 10 mins isn’t that funny. I really like this idea for a story and it’s very creative” – Maria

“Thank you for coming. My story is a man who gets chased by wolves into a cave he found some gold and bought a horse and put the gold in the saddle pocket and got married wolves came back and he died” – Jai

and career advice:
“I think your quartet could go to the Olympics and play for them” – Owen

to mysterious words about Alan:
“I like the stuff you played. I like the guy who plays the Alan” – Anonymous

and perhaps our most accurate quartet depiction to date. New publicity material?:

This is the reason we love doing outreach. What an amazing excuse to hang out with creative, hilarious kids and talk about why music is awesome.  Thank you to our new friends at Mt. Penn Elementary!