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"exceptional talent for helping young people feel fully alive through rhythm."

JUBILATION FOUNDATION FELLOWSHIP

2018-19

TOP 20 BEST SHOWS
Edinburgh
Festival Fringe
The List
Notable Mention
Primary Times Children's Choice 2014

 

 

 

“Robinson has a wonderfully irreverent playful streak in both her lyrics and arrangements.” 

Parents' Choice GOLD Award 2018

“A source of boundless enthusiasm and friendliness”  

The List ★★★★

“A sentiment worth getting behind” 

Zooglobble

“Amelia Robinson has the inexplicable ability to bring smiles to the faces of both parents and children. Hopefully soon she can put one on yours"
Broadway Baby ★★★★

 

“With such beautiful music as this, it’s easy to feel a part of the Mil’s Trills community whether you’re just around the block or halfway across the world.” 

Swing Whistle Zing

“Songs crafted from giggles, magic, love and friendship” 

AXS

“Robinson yields a powerful authenticity”  

KindieMusicDC

“Don’t you just love a concept album that works?” 

Tenor Dad

“Delivers a barrel of authentic, down home, musical goodness” 

Kids Can Groove

“A merrily chaotic exploration of musical instruments”  

The List ★★★★

“Mil’s Trills is the real deal” 

Baby Does NYC

“Amelia is a ukulele phenomenon” 

NYC Parks & Recreation

“Super fantastic music show for kids”

Brooklyn Heights Blog

For Press inquiries, contact amelia@milstrills.com

PRESS

Parents' Choice 
GOLD
2018
NAPPA AWARD
Parents' Choice 
Award
2014 / 2015

Featured on Michelle Obama's children's album, Songs for a Healthier America, produced by Partnership for a Healthier America and Hip Hop Public Health as part of her Let's Move! Initiative to promote healthy lifestyles in youth.

 

Recommended by: 

The New York Times, New York Magazine,

Brooklyn Parent Magazine, Mommy Poppins, Cool Mom Picks & more

 

Performance Highlights:

Lincoln Center

Meet the Artist Series

Guggenheim

The MET

MASS MoCA

Symphony Space

Wolf Trap

Tribeca Film Festival

Edinburgh Festival Fringe

Imagine Children's Festival London's Southbank Centre

Royal Concert Hall in Nottingham