Electrifying Musicians Set Out to Revitalize the Image of Classical Music – On Schedule to Bring Creative Artistry to the High Point Theatre
High Point, N.C. – Through a series of serendipitous events, 4 friends in grad school at Boston University began a beautiful journey of creating music. Finalists on season 9 of America’s Got Talent, their rich combination of harp, piano, cello and voice made them an audience favorite. Sons of Serendip will bring their artistry to the High Point Theatre Tuesday evening, November 27, at 7:30 PM, for one show only. The event is being held as part of the High Point Community Concert Series, an affiliate of the High Point Arts Council.
Sons of Serendip to share magic of live performance
at High Point Theatre, Tues., Nov. 27.
Micah Christian, a former teacher from Randolph, MA, is the lead vocalist of the group; Cordaro Rodriguez, a former attorney from Charlotte, N.C., is the pianist and guitarist; Kendall Ramseur, a former cello instructor from Charlotte, N.C., is the cellist and vocalist; and Mason Morton, who is a former teacher from Atlanta, GA, is the harpist for the quartet. They have each been playing their respective instruments since childhood and, in 2014, chance, luck, divine orchestration, serendipity – whatever you might call it – allowed for circumstances to bring them together and the group, Sons of Serendip, was born.
After appearing on America’s Got Talent in 2014, the group’s debut album made it to number 4 on Billboards’ “Heatseekers” list for up and coming musicians. Their soulful pop sound blends beautiful vocals with guitar, piano, harp and cello, bringing fresh interpretations of music known and loved: reinventions of songs such as Chris Isaak’s “Wicked Game,” Duran Duran’s “Ordinary World,” and Evanescence’s “Bring Me to Life” along with traditional pop-oriented covers like “How Will I Know,” “Hallelujah,” “I Can’t Make You Love Me,” and “Purple Rain.”
“Sons of Serendip will delight concert goers with their harmonious sound that inspires and lifts the spirit,” says High Point Theatre Director David Briggs. “This quartet of gifted artists will create an experience one will never forget.”
Tickets are $20-$30, available at the box office by calling (336) 887-3001 and online at www.highpointtheatre.com.
About High Point Theatre
Owned and operated by the City of High Point, the High Point Theatre is conveniently located within the International Home Furnishings Center at the corner of Commerce Avenue and Hamilton Street in High Point. The Theatre features an elegant 965-seat auditorium with continental style seating, three exhibition galleries for meetings, displays, and receptions, and free parking.