"A wonderful trip into the asteroids...a fully symphonic piece of intense dignity and feeling."
"Turning rock and roll into chamber music may be about as elusive a trick as the alchemists' dream of turning lead into gold, but Stuart Diamond, at least to my ears has done it...ahead of his time."
"Imaginative, visual , linear music the music Tolkien might have written if he had used a piano instead of a pen"
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR
Commentary by Paul Adam Smelz on the Saturday, June 23rd, 2012 Concert and Live Webcast at ArtMusicCoffeeHouse.
"The combination of the musicians’ insights and love for the music shined throughout the performance illuminating their audience into a thoughtful contemplative reflection. There was a peace felt among those who listened as they closed their eyes so their hearts and souls could be fully opened. One came to understand why many of the names mankind have given their particular deities have the “Ah” sound in them for it was a sound heard often during the concert." Read More
Together they began presenting programs that integrated classical music with free-flowing improvisations – from Bach to Mussorgsky, from medieval dances to Native American soundscapes. They have performed throughout America and Asia, performing for the erudite audiences at Steinway Hall to the mass audiences at the Macy’s 4th of July Celebration in downtown Manhattan.
Electric Diamond. All Materials Copyrighted 2011