Rutgers University, NJ

Centenary College, NJ

University of Delaware, DE

Univ of Conn - Stamford

Univ. of New Haven, CT

East Stroudsburg Univ, PA

C.W. Post University, Long Island

Raritan Valley Comm. College, NJ

West Point Military Academy, NY

Salem Community College, NJ

Lindenhurst Memorial Library . NY

Paramus Library, NJ

Berkeley Heights Library, NJ

Tenafly Library, NJ
Livingston Library, Livingston, NJ

Teaneck Library, NJ

Hamden Library, CT

East Hartford Library, CT

Silas Bronson Library, Waterbury, CT

Pearl River Library, NY

Over a dozen Brooklyn and Queens public Library Branches, NYC

Southold Historical Society, Long Island

Dickens Fest, Port Jefferson, NY

Hoover Elem. School, Melrose, MA

Islip K-2 School, Islip, NY

Deauville Gardens Elem. School, L.I.

Some places played


The Brooklyn Public Library raves about "Songs of the Season"!

Highlawn Branch: "They loved the show and kids participated playing assorted instruments..."
Marcy branch: "The kids were most enthusiastic and actively participated"
Clinton Hill Branch: "Everyone really enjoyed it. We would love to have them (Robin and Cecilia) back again"
East Flatbush Branch: "Most enthusiastic. Children young and old joined in signing along with the performers."
Main Branch, Grand Army Plaza: "Robin Greenstein and Cecilia Kirtland gave a professional, interactive performance that had the kids banging on rhythm instruments and singing along gleefully. They seemed comfortable with a variety of songs and styles and played a full range of multicultural holiday tunes. They engaged the audience interactively with banter, and gave interesting explanations of some of the lesser-known pieces they played. The audience, small though it was, was enthusiastic and enjoyed the program tremendously." Susan Asis, Program Specialist

"Children and teachers were taken with their program which was beautiful to listen to and extremely informative to all. I was particularly impressed with the excitement and joy they generated in our youngest students. We immediately decided that we wanted to make them a holiday tradition at our school"  Diane Druckman, Principal, Islip K-2 Center, Islip, NY

"The holiday show last year was great and we would like to have you back at RVCC."
Mary Sullivan, Director of Student Life, Raritan Valley Comm. College, Somerville, NJ

"Your lovely voices combined with the Victorian costumes and your wonderful playing was a special pleasure. The selections... were truly remarkable and respectful of the multi-cultural society we live in. Your program is unique and inspiring."
Melissa Andruski, Southhold Historical Society, Southold, NY

"Your performance was great; you both have such beautiful voices and a warm welcoming way with the audience.  I especially appreciated the Kwanzaa song and the songs you sang in Spanish and Hebrew; and the way you engaged with young children.” Lynne “Asha” Folliher, Community Relations, Ellenville Public Library, Ellenville, NY

I am so impressed with how your voices blend, and the variety and languages of the music.” Pam Gunning, Pearl River Library, Pearl River, NY

We perform at schools, libraries, colleges, arts organizations, community centers, corporate and private parties, historical societies & festivals throughout the Northeast US.  Robin has performed “Songs of the Season” for the Renaissance Cruise Line.

website copyright Robin Greenstein 2011