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Early Music Vocal Ensemble with Baroque Instruments

A New Link on our Website

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We have had some inquiries from prospective venues over the past couple of weeks as to how Echoing Air has been reviewed in the past.

So, we’ve added a Reviews link to our website so that everyone can share in the nice comments that people have taken the time to send in.

Thank you everyone for your kind words!!

Cincinnati Conservatory of Music Performance


Echoing Air performs at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on April 12

Echoing Air, with guest cellist Ruth Marshall, performed Henry Purcell by Benjamin Martinson at a special performance at his Masters recital at the Cincinnati Conservatory of Music on April 12.

Henry Purcell was written specifically for Echoing Air and was premiered at Christ Church Cathedral, Indianapolis, on March 4. (Thanks Benny!)

A Nice Note from Robin Parker

Steven and Echoing Air –

Many thanks for participating in Seminole State College’s ArtsMatters series. The format was absolutely perfect! The entire audience was engaged in your presentation as you asked them to join you on the stage. Those students included guitarists, percussionists, vocalists, instrumentalists and pianists. The dialogue amongst the students lasted for days.

It is always a pleasure to have you visit our campus.

Thanks again.

Robin Parker
Music Coordinator
Seminole State College

Thank you, Robin! We had a wonderful time and appreciate the kind words.

Echoing Air in the Classroom

In addition to their busy performance schedule, Echoing Air members have been in the classroom teaching students about early music and baroque instruments.


Steven coaches a young performer in proper vowel technique at Florida State University.


Jeffrey and Mee Jung work with a recorder player at Florida State University.


Steven emphasizes breathing technique at Florida State University.


Teaching the fine art of drawing in the listener at Florida State University.


Tom and Steven put on a performance class at Broad Ripple High School, Indianapolis.