The New York Times
Events for Children in NYC This Week
"Baby got Beethoven, Berlioz and Bartok, too. This series, created by the pianist Orli Shaham, introduces preschoolers to a wide range of classical music..."
Wall Street Journal
It's Another Kind of 'Early Music'
"On a Sunday morning in the dark, cavernous basement of the Greenwich Village club (Le) Poisson Rouge, the sounds of bowed strings and bellowing horns are mixed with giggles, chatter and an occasional wail. From a distance, one might imagine that an avant-garde ensemble from the evening before had lost track of time and forgotten to leave. But the sight of hordes of young children milling about while trying their hands at bringing orchestral instruments to life can mean only one thing: It's a "Baby Got Bach" event…"
New York Magazine
Best of New York 2011 Kids
Best Concert an Adult Can Stomach
"Name aside, this class isn’t really for babies. Concert pianist Orli Shaham, who performs recitals and concertos around the world, caters her classical music to 3-to-6-year-olds—not to mention their high-culture-deprived parents…"
New York Classical Review
Top Ten Performances of 2015
"Kids not only get to make music, but in this instance enjoyed a neat little concert of masterpieces from Bach, Astor Piazzolla, and Steve Reich. The little sophisticates..."
The New York Times
Spare Times for Children for Jan. 30-Feb. 5
"One big draw: Little ones don’t just hear instruments played; they also play with them during a preshow exploration. This weekend’s concert, “Wonderful Winds,” concentrates on that section of the orchestra, with pieces that include Bach and Beethoven..."
Shaham brings her 'Baby Got Bach' to St. Louis
"There are plenty of introduce-baby-to-music programs for infants and their parents. Music programs abound for school-age children. But when it comes to possibilities for preschoolers, there's been a great gaping hole..."
New York Metro Parents
Kids' Music Grows Up: The Local 'Kindie' Scene
"The local 'kindie' music scene has exploded in recent years, with more artists doing more creative work and more venues in which to experience the music."
New York Family Magazine
Fall Preview: Cool Concerts For The Whole Family
"Baby Got Bach is a Fall Must-See"
Baby Got Bach event returns to St. Louis
"Have you and your child experienced Baby Got Bach yet? This entertaining and high quality production returns to St. Louis on Saturday, November 24, 2012..."
Studio Visit: Baby Got Bach
"Not only had the concert given them a brilliant introduction to tempo and classical music, it had engaged them in a delightful way. "