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"Faces are still smiling in Hemet, where Millennia Consort treated an overflow crowd to a riveting musical feast. The Celtic Celebration repertoire was beautifully executed, and every musician engaging.

--Kathleen Kelly, Church of the Good Sheperd, Hemet, CA

“Let me say again Bravo! on last night's concert. I was just thrilled. Your programming was so creative, the blend of organ and brass was perfect, and your playing was exquisite. . . Thank you for an incredible program.”

--Bob Plimpton, Civic Organist emeritus, Spreckels Organ Pavillion, Balboa Park, San Diego, CA (of MillenniaConsort)

“Your playing was superb, and the ensemble playing was perfect. . . you could sense the tremendous enthusiasm of the crowds. Thank you, and your consort members, very, very much for helping to make our convention such a success.”

--Fred Swann, President, American Guild of Organists, Program Chair, AGO2004LA (of MillenniaConsort)

"By featuring the superb musicianship of Alison Luedecke and Susan Barrett, Binghamton University/State University of New York, was able to present to the Binghamton public a superb expression of duo music-making at its finest. The concert was performed with all of the elan and flair expected from two musicians of the highest caliber; the combination was musical and refined."

--Dr. Jonathan Biggers, Department Chair, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY (of MilenniaToo!)

"A concert by Alison Luedecke and Susan Barrett is a totally joyous experience. Their repertoire ranges from the pre-baroque to the contemporary and is performed with impeccable style and musicianship..."

--Robert Plimpton, Civic Organist Emeritus, Spreckels Organ Society, San Diego, CA (of MillenniaToo!)

“Millennia Too! performed a delightful recital. . . Their ensemble was excellent, the carefully chosen organ registrations complementing and contrasting with the oboe’s timbre. . .“
The workshop on Music for Organ & Instruments… “focused on practical aspects of musical 'partnerships', whether short- or long-term. The perspectives of both organist and instrumentalist on topics such as repertoire, tuning, and acoustics were especially insightful.”

--Jane Smith, The American Organist, May 2008
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