“Genre-fusing ensemble” – Ellyn Wexler, Culture Spot-Montgomery County “A mix of Purcell and Bob Dylan played on various instruments, including an accordion and a viola da gamba. Kinda crazy, but it works.” – David Rabin, WPFW Radio
“No two shows are alike, but the performances guarantee an eclectic mix of traditional pieces from composers of the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries, covers from modern folk singers such as Joan Baez, Bob Dylan, and the Grateful Dead, as well as original compositions that pull from the meld of the traditional and the classical.”
Dominique Agnew, North Potomac Times for “sophisticated folkies” – Marc Levy, Cambridge Day A folk collective formed in Oxford (UK), Floyds Row explores traditional renditions and original works. Fusing several styles, Floyds Row explores the connections between classical, folk, roots revival, Americana, and bluegrass/newgrass repertoire.