Micah Christian, lead vocals
Cordaro Rodriguez, piano and guitar
Kendall Ramseur, cello and vocals
Mason Morton, harp
A teacher and singer from Randolph, Massachusetts; an attorney, pianist and guitarist from Charlotte, North Carolina; a performer and cello instructor also from Charlotte; and a teacher and harpist from Atlanta, Georgia all came together as Boston University grad students, auditioned for America’s Got Talent, placed 4th in the 2014 competition, and won fans nationwide as the Sons of Serendip, “a classical-jazz-pop-R&B-gospel fusion quartet whose bread and butter is interpreting songs that move you” (The Boston Globe).
Their self-titled 2015 CD release “is alive with detail but silky beyond reason. It will make you spend money that you don’t have,” warned The New York Times.
“A lot of folks wonder what our concerts are like. It’s a mixture of storytelling, humor, and beautiful music,” lead-singer Micah told The Boston Globe.
“A great performance that the audience won’t soon forget” (BroadwayWorld.com)
Spivey Hall Friends Concert Sponsors:
Clayton State University #Give4Dreams Donors
To be announced from the stage.
Unless otherwise indicated, Spivey Hall welcomes patrons ages 12 and up to all performances. For questions or to receive concert recommendations for younger patrons, please call the Box Office at (678) 466-4200.