The Avenas String Quartet is made-up of musicians who studied at the Guildhall School of Music in London.
Individually, the musicians have won prizes and accolades for their fine musicianship, performed concertos and chamber works with leading ensembles and orchestras and undertaken tours throughout Europe.
Venues include The Purcell Room, St Martin in The Fields, The Royal Festival Hall, Royal Albert Hall etc. Internationally they have travelled to France, Spain, Romania, USA, Canada and played under such star conductors as Sir Colin Davis, Yan Pascal Tortellier and Sir Charles Mackerras. They are also in demand within the field of POP appearing with Artists such as Elton John.
The Avenas String Quartet are available to play for wedding services and receptions, parties and functions and any other event which may require musical entertainment! They are available for events throughout the UK.
The quartet have a wide repertoire of music that can cater for any event. The music ranges from Scarlatti, Bach, Handel, Vivaldi, Beethoven, Schubert to film music, Scott joplin Rags and even arrangements of rock songs such as Stairway To Heaven by Led Zeppelin!
"I just wanted to drop you a note to say thank you very much for the beautiful music you played at our wedding the other weekend. We have had such good feedback from all our guests and you helped to make our ceremony so special and memorable... I would certainly recommend you to anyone I know getting married!" Josie Skinner
"I just wanted to say a big thank you for playing at our wedding. The music was perfect and set the atmosphere so well. We have had lots of comments on how wonderful the string quartet was which I thought you would like to know. I will recommend you to anyone" Lisa Rayner
"I congratulate the performers on their presentation ........... These four young gifted musicians deserve to do well. I feel sure that the large appreciative audience would wish them good luck in their future careers, and we look forward to hearing them again." Magazine and Arts Review of Bedford Arts Forum