Their musical repertoire allows them to please just about everyone. The list includes classical, popular, waltzes, musicals, ragtime, country, swing, etc. - sorry, no hard rock!
The leader of the group, violinist Maureen Case, is a multi-talented professional who also plays viola & piano, and composes for the quartet. She currently performs with the Springfield Symphony Orchestra, the Central Ohio Symphony, the Lima Symphony Orchestra, the Ohio Valley Symphony Orchestra, and teaches privately. Maureen has also performed with the Charleston, WV Symphony. Maureen is also the arranger for the Cardinal Ensembles.
"They provided us with many good suggestions for our wedding music. They were delightful to work with and a great choice. Very, very cooperative. Only ones on time for the wedding." - Kleinhenz wedding
"Thanks once again for your excellent services! (Cardinal Trio)" - Civil War Lady Magazine
"Extremely professional. Very well organized and elegantly presented. I am amazed that with half an hour of prep time that everything ran so smoothly. Thank you so much for helping to create a wonderful memory." - Tordoff Wedding
"Please convey my sincere thank you for providing an outstanding evening of music for my sons rehearsal dinner. Your sound was the perfect touch of class & you helped create the memorable rehearsal dinner we had imagined. Thank you all for not only the loveliest of music, but also for your genuine enthusiasm and warm personalities." - Stephanie Augsberger
"On behalf of William M. Mercer, Inc., thank you for a wonderful performance today. We enjoyed the music very much. You certainly have a most talented group of musicians!" - Wm. M. Mercer, Inc.
"Thank you for rounding out the romantic ambience of our wedding with your lovely sounds. You made the traditional (and slightly tired) Bridal Chorus sound new and elegant. Guests at the wedding and at the rehearsal dinner the night before complimented us on the beautiful music being played." - Beth Henderson
"Wonderful, excellent--I wish my wife could have been here to hear you. This bunch doesnt deserve you." - Daniel Shorr (commentator, NPR) dinner for Business Ethics International Conf.
" I am elated with your quartet and cant believe how beautiful One Hand, One Heart, was. Thanks for your wonderful contribution to this all-so ever important day." - Allyn Harad
"I enjoyed meeting you and listening to your beautiful music." - Christina Rowland