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Published on Feb 20, 2015
Well-Strung stars first violinist Edmund Bagnell, second violinist Christopher Marchant, cellist Daniel Shevlin and violist Trevor Wadleigh. The quartet was formed by producer Mark Cortale and Chris Marchant. This video was edited by Randy Rainbow.
Well-Strung's most recent show POPssical was directed by Donna Drake with arrangements by Well-Strung, Dana Levinson and Bruce Carter. The group is also in the process of recording their second CD which will be released by Twist Records in June.
The quartet Well-Strung features classical musicians who sing putting their own spin on the music of Mozart, Beethoven, Pink, Lorde, Madonna, Gotye, U2, and more. Their debut show sold-out Joe's Pub in May 2012 in New York after being workshopped at Ars Nova NYC earlier that year. Since then they have played venues across the world such as the Leicester Square Theatre in London, 54 Below in New York, House of Blues in New Orleans, Feinstein's in San Francisco and LifeBall in Vienna. The group recently performed on NBC's TODAY show with Kathie Lee & Hoda as well as appearing on Andy Cohen's Watch What Happens Live. This past August they performed with Kristin Chenoweth for two sold out shows at Town Hall in Provincetown. In October they were featured in Joanna Gleason's critically acclaimed new show in both New York and New Orleans. On November 15th they performed with opera star Deborah Voigt, Norm Lewis and Sierra Boggess to open the brand new Walt Disney Theater at the Dr. Phillips Center in Orlando directed by Richard Jay-Alexander. And most recently this past December, they performed for three sold-out holiday shows with the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus in San Francisco for over 4,000 people. WELL-STRUNG's debut album is available on CD Baby (http://www.cdbaby.com/cd/wellstrung22) or on iTunes. For more information please visit www.Well-Strung.com and facebook and twitter @wellstrungnyc