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Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Everything was real good. I didn’t notice anything that didn’t look perfect. –Really enjoyed it.

I thought the sax guy had really beautiful tone and he fit in great with what Geri had going.

Ben Owen

 


Wednesday, February 22, 2012

Dr Forland (UTHSC Humanities) thought that this was the best jazz concert he has ever heard since he has been in SA and left New York. He loved the sax player and has heard Illinos Jacquet (sp?) in the past.Production was "perfect".

 


 Wednesday, Feburary 1, 2012

The concert today was SO WONDERFUL!!!!!!!!! My god, I just don't know what to say except that it made me so happy to be alive and to be able to be there hearing all those wonderful musicians. And you are so fantastic to have worked so hard all these years to keep bringing great musicians to San Antonio.

Thanks again for everything you do for San Antonio! You are certainly a treasure to this area and someone that I am proud and happy to know.

Your Friend,
John Moor


Sunday, January 22, 2012

Dear Anya and MBAW Board members,
What a wonderful concert you presented at San Fernando Cathedral with Maestro Borok and Elena - a packed house in the Cathedral, beautiful music of Beethoven and such excitement all round in the city with the Beethoven Festival.
San Antonio is very lucky to have you here with your visionary ideas!
We could have been listening to a concert in Prague or any European city but to have it on our own doorstep is quite amazing.

Warmly,
Sheila and Kenneth

 


Sunday, December 11, 2011

 

*"Spectacular!"

*"I was worried when I saw the length of the program (because I brought grandkids) but it was just right and masterfully executed!"

*"It was like being back in New York!"

*"I've come to many Musical Bridges programs over the years but never seen anything like this!"

 

Comments   

 
0 # Suhail 2012-10-15 14:28
Earlier this evening I was at a premier for a local chamber ensemble and during the intermission a woman came up to me and told me how much she enjoyed yesterday's performance. Then she stopped me and said that she had to tell me a story:

"I had come early to get a good seat, and sat down next to a very shy little girl who immediately switched places with her mother. The mother apologized and said she is home-schooled, but she's trying to get the kids out more and this was their first Musical Bridges Concert. The mother and I talked about music and how one of her daughters was learning piano and the other guitar. The little girl was leaning over trying to listen in and then the show began....

During the intermission, the little girl jumped up and said she'd had enough piano and wanted to learn to play the bagpipe!!! The mother got up, went to the lobby and bought season tickets for Musical Bridges."
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