Headin' for Home
The Taubl Family has been touching the hearts and souls of audiences throughout the eastern United States for over ten years. Blessed by God and trained at such prestigious institutions as the Juilliard School, the Yale School of Music, and the Hartt School, these world class musicians combine their instrumental talents with their breath-taking family harmonies to awe and inspire all who hear them. The seven Taubl children range in age from 11 to 23 and play a variety of classical instruments. Gretchen, the oldest, plays violin and viola and lends a rich, warm alto voice to many numbers. Gretchen has also written many Taubl Family favorites. Emily, age 21, plays cello and sings lead vocal on many numbers. Annabelle, age 20, plays harp and violin and brings a heavenly, high soprano to many harmonies. Jack, the oldest son, is 16 years old and plays viola (and baseball!) He has a fabulous high tenor voice and a captivating stage presence. Samuel, age 14, also plays cello (and baseball!) and has been a student at the Juilliard Pre-College since age 8. He has recently joined the bass section of the harmonies. Twins, James and Jeremiah, are 11 years old and play viola and violin (and baseball!!). Blessed with amazing voices and instrumental ability, these two bring joy and humor to the group. Parents John and Carol have devoted their lives to guiding the children's musical endeavors and sharing this incredible gift with audiences everywhere. Check out their website for individual bios of the Taubl kids, and more of their amazing experiences.