Transforming the classical, pop, and rock genres with their crossover blend of styles, the musical string quintet of five siblings attracts audiences of all ages to share their story of family, faith, and music.
Just a super quick update: we were in D.C. the first week of March and on Wednesday of that week, the day we were booked to play at the Angels of the Battlefield Gala, there was a snowstorm. It was very exciting for us native San Diegans as we've never really been able to experience snow, but at the same time disappointing as our gig had to be cancelled. They have asked us to come back for the rescheduled event which is on March 19th, so tomorrow morning we are flying back out to D.C. to play for the event. Be sure to check our Facebook page for some photos and videos from our week in Washington, D.C!
With Washington D.C. less than a week away, I am beginning to feel the pre-tour jitters. None of us have ever been to the East Coast before. Or experienced jetlag. Or been exposed to freezing cold temperatures. (Okay, maybe that last one is just me.) What do people wear when it's 27 degrees and snowing? Seriously! I'm sitting here shivering just thinking about it!
We've been asked to be on a television show the morning after we arrive in D.C., which we are super, thrilled about! ...Except that it's at 6:30am... That's like 3am San Diego time! Talk about jetlag. So many new experiences!!
Last Saturday, we did some gown shopping. We send a huge thank you to the Princess Project and all the wonderful people who helped us in and out of gowns for several hours there. We are so delighted we have gorgeous dresses to wear to the Navy Supply Corps Ball. Thank you!!
On another note, there is a new video just uploaded today on our YouTube page! You can subscribe to our channel, give it a "thumbs up", and all that other jazz if you like it. Click Here to view the video!
Well, I better get back to my homework. I have to give a speech in my Communications class tomorrow...
(Did you miss the SDSU video? Click Here to see that one!)
I finally was able to sit down the entire family and get them to help me focus on creating this new website for all you wonderful people! It was actually quite fun in the end. We all huddled around our kitchen table with five computers, eating cinnamon donuts Keren made this morning, and applied ourselves to creating our website into something more enjoyable for us to use and, hopefully, for our audiences as well.
I would like to announce that we now have a mailing list! And a blog!! Since we’re rather new to both of these, there might be a few bumps and curves in the beginning, but we are going to try and stay on top of it. I am currently foreseeing a blog posting by one of the five of us at least once a week (fingers crossed) and a newsletter (is that what you call it?) sent out about once a month with our upcoming concerts and exciting news for that month. I am completely open to suggestions about what you all might want to see on that newsletter…
If you haven’t already, please check out and ‘Like’ our Facebook page. We do also have a Twitter page for all of you tweeters out there. (You can find the links to these on the "Links" page.) You’d think having grown up in this technology age I would know how to work twitter, but unfortunately I’m a little late in jumping on the bandwagon. I will definitely try and get that fixed so that it will be up and running just as smoothly as our Facebook page.
Anyway, thank you all for checking out our new website and let me know what you think!