“It’s serious music, but classically kids.” The New York Times
From the Top’s popular weekly NPR radio show is recorded as a live concert event in communities large and small all across America. A live recording of From the Top with Host Christopher O’Riley is a community-wide celebration of music, education, and family programming with hosts that range from radio stations to performing arts presenters to large and small and conference planners.
From the Aspen Music Festival to Philadelphia’s Kimmel Center; the Kahilu Theatre in Hawaii to the Chandler Music Hall in Randolph, VT, From the Top has proven to be a great way to make a strong statement about your commitment to youth and cultural programming. The live show generates media coverage (both for the live concert and the subsequent airing of the show on NPR stations nationwide), revenue, goodwill for presenters, and affords significant outreach opportunities through talent search and educational projects.
For more information about how to make a From the Top visit work in your community, contact:
David Balsom, Tour Producer
If you are interested in booking From the Top musicians at your corporate or private event, click here.
“The Virginia Arts Festival’s primary mission is to bring world-class performing arts to our citizens and visitors. From the Top’s unique combination of cultivating young musicians’ skills through performance and impressing on them the privilege and obligation of sharing their talents through community outreach has been a tremendous asset the the Festival.”— Robert Cross, Executive Director, Virginia Arts Festival
“From the Top creates community impact and offers us the ability to engage the community in ways no other national program does.”— Scott Kornblum, General Manager, WSMC-FM Chattanooga