wanted to convey my appreciation for once again
having the MAGIC event as part of Virginia
Arts Festival. I feel that we should expose the
talents and creativity of our youth every opportunity
we get. The venue that MAGIC provides allows
the fusion and interpretation of art, Music and
technology to be presented to parents, friends
and distant observers of our youth. The Internet
is often misrepresented by the media. However
MAGIC shows that when used properly it
is a transportation medium that allows us as a
world to share experiences, knowledge and culture.
It's a wonderful gift you have given the youth,
musicians and technologist that provided the show
that was seen around the world."
thoroughly enjoyed the program and even more so
this year. On behalf of my family (and many friends
that attended) we thank you for your support.
MAGIC is an outstanding community and family
event. In these days of over-the-top children's
birthday parties and excessive self-indulgence,
it is heartening to see such an excellent program
focused on diversity, the less fortunate and true
heros. The African dancers made a particular impression
on my children; "My Dad's Dad" (regarding WWII
Vets) brought a tear to the eye to all that attended
from my office at work. Please do whatever you
can to support this excellent program in the years
Hunton & Williams
a wonderful night!!! Thank you for having the American Juvenile
Arthritis Organization and the Arthritis Foundation involved this
year. I'm excited to watch the concert again on-line! I was quite
impressed, as was the audience around me, with the entire performance.
Everyone seemed to enjoy themselves and I certainly did. Technology
is truly amazing and you proved how fantastic it can be. My family
in Albuquerque, NM enjoyed watching it LIVE on the internet! "Understanding"
is an important song that our AJAO families will sing year-round.
Thanks for all you have done and the smiles."
just wanted to thank you for the great experience
us kids got to have by being in your MAGIC
show! I myself, really got a lot out of it - it
was an eye opener into a whole bigger world and
made me so glad I have been learning more and
more guitar! I think I'd even like to get into
doing some lead-guitar playing sometimes, though
so far right now, Tony has done that for our band,
"Mile A Minute". (He was SO cool in his lead-bit
in the MAGIC performance!) But I wanted
to tell you that, and that I hope that I can be
involved in more of your productions that come
up - I really like it a lot!! Thank you! "
Cameron Houck - age 15
Virginia Beach Friends School