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"His playful ideas in combination with the abundant sensitivity always seem to wrap the listener in layers of un-expected surprises and touching moments."    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Dewin Tibbs, Operatic Baritone & Vocal Coach
"I told Bryan that I needed something that my small, volunteer church choir could learn easily. He gave me a copy of Simple Gifts. They enjoyed it, and it sounded great!"    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Chrisopher Griffin, Church musician & pianist
"Bryan was amazing to work with. He took a genre of music that he never focuses on and was able to create a beautiful arrangement..."    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Alanna Pfau, Former President,Whartones, a MBA a cappella group
The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania
"Bryan’s compositions are beautifully crafted with thoughtful attention to detail."    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Tom Dooling, Minister of Music, 1st Presbyterian Church, San Antonio, Texas
Former Conductor, Huntsville Master Chorale
"The pieces were extremely sophisticated both harmonically and rhythmically, yet were nevertheless very accessible."    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Steven Louis Pappas, Singer,  Rapper, Recording Artist
"His witty musical settings of the E. E. Cummings’ poems add an extra dimension of humor and depth."    Click here to read the whole testimonial.
- Stephen Karr, Founder of Contempo Flux, UCLA’s Contemporary Music Ensemble
"Also a favorite was Bryan Page's "Misogyny Songs," sung by baritone Dewin Tibbs and backed up by a three-piece rock band. Page drew from many sources - Bernstein's "Mass" often came to mind - but his four-movement piece may be best compared to Monteverdi's tuneful arioso writing from the early 17th century, accompanied by a modern basso continuo."
- Phillip Ratliff, Birmingham News