Posts Tagged “string quartets”

Classical Strings

Beautiful and elegant string music for weddings and special events in Los Angeles and Southern California! We are available to perform in the following combinations: String quartet . . . 2 Violins, 1 viola and 1 cello String quintet . . . 2 Violins, 1 viola, 1 cello and 1 bass String trio . . . 1 Violin, 1 viola and 1 cello String duo #1 ...  

Tips for Hiring a String Quartet for Your Wedding or Corporate Event

Many people contact us about hiring the Sparrow Lane Ensemble for their wedding, corporate event or party, and are unsure of where to begin. Since we like to help make the process of booking our string quartet as simple as possible, we decided to compile a list of important tips for hiring a string quartet for your wedding or corporate event. First, and most importantly, whether you are booking a string quartet for the once-in-a-lifetime event of your wedding or are a beginner and are planning your first corporate event, hiring a string quartet is much ...  

Learn More About String Quartets and String Quartet Music

Are you curious to learn more about string quartets and string quartet music? The Sparrow Lane String Quartet has created this article to help our visitors learn the basic language of a string quartet as well as some essential music for string quartets. What is a String Quartet? Essentially, a string quartet is a combination of four stringed instruments playing together. However, string quartets traditionally consist of two violins, one viola and a cello. For more variety, string quartets can also consist of ensembles of guitarists, harpists, bassists or even a mandolin player. The combinations and ...  
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