Where Broadway, Pop & Folk Meet
"...performed with stunning clarity of voice, and brought fun-loving insouciance to the stage."
"...relished the fiendishly difficult jazz piano solos that were once owned by Lukas Foss."
"...exudes integrity, dazzling but never flamboyant. The audience reacted to the season's tour de force with a spontaneous standing ovation!"
WHAT AUDIENCES ARE SAYING!
"It isn’t often you get to see world class talent onstage in smaller areas like Twin Falls, Idaho. Thanks for an incredible evening Jed Moss, Leslie Mauldin, and John Mauldin. I have to recommend to my friends…if, in your travels, you run across a group called Avenue B, take the time to see them. This is what happens when three classically trained musicians reunite as friends and get back to the FUN part of their art."
"Wow, they're really good! I didn't know what to expect, but I'm so glad we didn't miss it!"
"Tonight was just such a thoughtful evening. I wanted to hear every word."
"Your original song - Back to Passion - just says it all. It's what we should all be doing in our lives. I am leaving feeling inspired."
"I guess any artist could use a gimmick - like being brother and sister - to sell themselves...but these two amazing singers, along with their longtime friend Jed, are so wonderfully talented that what might have been a gimmick becomes simply delightful truth."
"The versatility and “wow” factor is hard to describe, but their show is a must see! A moving and funny musical journey for all ages - if Avenue B comes to your town, don’t be the one who hears about it afterwards…"
"Ms. Mauldin's clear soprano and striking physical presence made her seem somehow 4-dimensional to those in the audience; her voice stirred up all manner of feelings, including nostalgia that
hit us right in the solar plexus."
- The Idaho Statesman
"I guess any artists could use a gimmick, like being brother and sister, to sell themselves... but these two amazing singers are so wonderfully talented, that what might have been a gimmick becomes simply delightful truth."
- John Glenn, Core Artist with Company of Fools
"Mauldin looks smashing and sings beautifully, and her suicide leap from the parapet of Castel San Angelo was breathtaking."
- Spokesman Review, Spokane Opera, Tosca
"...performed the title role with stunning clarity of voice, and brought fun-loving insouciance to the character."
- L.A. Times, Hanna Glavari, The Merry Widow
"Jed Moss relished the fiendishly difficult jazz piano solos that were once owned by Lukas Foss."
- The Washington Times
"As a soloist, Moss exudes integrity. His quicksilver-like arpeggios were dazzling, but never flamboyant. And his superb articulation, at moments, evoked palpable emotions even from a single note. The audience reacted to the season's tour de force with a spontaneous standing ovation for Moss."
- The Salt Lake Tribune
"The consummate artistry of pianist Jed Moss, whether soloing in the E minor Piano Concerto or bringout out the emotional nuances and technical riches of this Chopiniana, sends the ballet soaring. Grateful audiences give Moss curtain calls equal to the dancers."
- Deseret News
“Tenor John Mauldin, the stage manager guiding the audience through the town’s story, sang the role with ease — proving he’s an artist at the top of his game.”
- The Idaho Statesman, Opera Idaho, Rorem's Our Town
"Mauldin generated a favorable buzz with his polished technique and appealingly light, flexible tenor in 'Il mio tesoro' from Mozart's 'Don Giovanni' and 'Una furtiva lagrima' from Donizetti's 'L'elisir d' amore."
- The Salt Lake Tribune
“…tenor John Mauldin [was] exceptional…The translations on the supertitles offered many opportunities for humor — especially [his] delightful turn as the roasting swan.”
The Idaho Statesman, Boise Philharmonic, Orf’s Carmina Burana