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Billboard charting quartet, Sons of Serendip, won the hearts of fans and judges alike as finalists on America's Got Talent (NBC) with their ethereal and emotionally stirring interpretations of pop music, arranged with a unique blend of vocals, harp, piano, and cello.
It was serendipity that brought the four members of Sons of Serendip together. Lead vocalist Micah Christian, cellist and vocalist Kendall Ramseur, pianist Cordaro Rodriguez, and harpist Mason Morton met when they were graduate students at Boston University. But it was talent, dedication, and a desire to share their music with the world that rocketed the quartet to fame.
With four successful albums (Sons of Serendip, Christmas: Beyond the Lights, Life + Love, and Mosaic) and soulful live performances, Sons of Serendip has lifted audiences to a sublime experience both nationally and internationally. Their most notable performances include collaborations with Keith Lockhart and the Boston Pops, the Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra, the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, and Cynthia Erivo, as well as a performance for the Creative Arts Emmy Awards (FXX). In 2019, Sons of Serendip returned to the America’s Got Talent stage, as they were selected to compete in the first ever America’s Got Talent: The Champions. The quartet competed alongside 50 of the winners and finalists from America's Got Talent and Got Talent’s worldwide. Most recently, the group performed for Oprah Winfrey’s 2020 Vision Tour’s closing celebration in Denver, CO.