"The afternoon’s only arrangement not by Deke Sharon was Connecticut (Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane, arr. Adam Bock) with special guests Vintage Mix, a group of quadruplets (yes, quadruplets!) who sang with a not-surprising familial blend and synchronization. The song itself, new to this listener, occupies a rather obscure niche, but it was a good vehicle for these sensational siblings (three sisters and a brother) who took the audience back to the days of close harmony singing (reminiscent of the barbershop quartets of the 1890’s, revived in the 1940’s). Deke Sharon (ever the teacher and leader) used the performance as a springboard to get the audience to try some part singing (with surprisingly decent results)".
-New York Concert Review Inc.