The AO String Quartet ref: 2203.1
Centrally based in the East Midlands the AO Quartet are versatile, experienced professional players of quality. They regularly play at all the sort after venues in the area such as Belvoir Castle, Stapleford Park, Quenby Hall, Rockingham Castle, Prestwold Hall, Hambleton Hall Hotel. Kelmarsh Hall, and Noseley Hall.
The Quartet have covered events such as civil weddings, church weddings, receptions, wedding breakfasts, civil partnerships, and parties, all sorts of corporate events, launch parties, christenings, wedding anniversaries, car showrooms, house showrooms, and birthday celebrations, and RAF dinners, to name but a few.
All the players have trained at The Royal Academy of Music in London or one of the other prestigious music colleges.
This group also offer the option of a Trio or a Duo.
The Quartet have a wide ranging repertoire which ranges from well-known classics to lighter popular styles. To provide background musical accompaniment to your special occasion they normally play a balanced programme of music.
|“I wanted to write to say thank you so much for playing at our wedding-I tried to get to talk to you, but kept getting side tracked! The music was wonderful really perfect for the setting. I concentrated on it coming down the stairs, I was so nervous but it was just so beautiful, I was down before I even realized!! I hope that you heard some of the comments made by our guests, they loved the music as well. Thanks again, I wish you loads of success for the future, it was just perfect.”
|"Thank you so much for the wonderful musical accompaniment to our champagne reception ..... Everyone commented on how fabulous the string quartet was, they really made the atmosphere quite special."
|“We just wanted to say a big thank you with regards to our wedding held at Oakham Castle…Now that we are back from our honeymoon, we are able to formally thank those that have helped to make the day special. The music provided by yourself and colleagues was truly wonderful and we would be grateful if you could pass on our thanks to your colleagues. Once again, thank you!”