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The Palladio String Quartet

from£615

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The Palladio String Quartet specialise in providing live music for weddings, civil partnerships, parties, anniversaries, charity benefits and corporate events. Their repertoire includes music from the baroque, classical and romantic periods in addition to jazz standards and popular music, to ensure there’s something for all your guests to enjoy.

The quartet are graduates of the Guildhall School of Music and Drama and the Royal Northern College of Music. They've played at many prestigious venues such as Kensington Palace, Blenheim Palace, Hampton Court, the Tate Gallery, the Natural History Museum and top London hotels such as the Savoy, the Lanesborough and Claridges.

Words cannot express adequately my gratitude for your amazing performance! You managed to set a very enchanting atmosphere and the occasion felt very classy! Joan, Wedding, Northumberland

As individual freelance musicians they have extensive experience playing a variety of musical styles. They have worked with major orchestras such as the CBSO, the BBC Concert Orchestra, the Liverpool Philharmonic, the Birmingham Royal Ballet, D'Oyle Carte and West End shows such as "Les Miserables" and Dr Dolittle".

In the pop world they have recorded with Kylie Minogue, The Spice Girls, Jools Holland, Russell Watson and many other artistes, appearing on MTV, Top of the Pops, GMTV, and the National Lottery.

Performance info

Line-up 2 violins; viola; cello
Performance duration Up to 3 x 45 min sets within a 3 hour period

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