Sons of Serendip (SOS) is a uniquely gifted, Billboard Charting quartet consisting of a cellist, harpist, pianist and lead vocalist. Sons of Serendip was a finalist in Season 9 on America’s Got Talent, gaining great popularity during their time on the show by offering fresh interpretations of popular music (anything from rock hit “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence to soul classic “How Will I Know” by Whitney Houston).
While on America’s Got Talent, and since its finale, the quartet’s music has taken the world by storm, pioneering a new sound within the music scene. In January 2015, SOS released their debut album, which took top Billboard charting spots in 12 categories, including Top 100 Albums. They have been performing in various locations throughout the US as well as abroad, and they have opened shows for legendary celebrities such as John Legend and Jay Leno. In July 2015, they performed for the second time with the highly distinguished Boston Symphony Orchestra for the Boston Pops Fourth of July Spectacular. “Sons of Serendip” released their Christmas album with their first original song, “Miss You Most” at the end of November 2015, and it has also placed in several categories on the Billboard Charts. Just recently, in September 2016, the quartet performed live at the Creative Arts Emmy Awards Show for the In Memoriam segment.
Sons of Serendip (SOS) is a musical ensemble of four friends, who through a series of serendipitous events, came together in graduate school at Boston University and auditioned for America’s Got Talent. SOS quickly became an audience favorite, winning fourth place in the 2014 competition. The members are, Micah Christian, a teacher from Randolph, MA and the lead singer for the group; pianist/guitarist Cordaro Rodriguez, an attorney from Charlotte, NC; cellist/vocalist Kendall Ramseur, a cello instructor from Charlotte, NC and harpist Mason Morton, a teacher from Atlanta. All have been playing their instruments since childhood.