Rococo String Quartet

The Rococo String Quartet, Trio and Duo incorporate world-class female musicians for all kinds of events and are passionate about offering the highest level of musicality and elegant presentation, to ensure that your entertainment radiates perfection and becomes the personalized event you deserve.

Rococo have performed for many well-established artists and venues, both within the UK and internationally, and were chosen to compose and perform a modern symphony for strings and voice on BBC television in 2007. They are constantly in demand to perform at events ranging from weddings and corporate functions to parties, recordings and television appearances.

Alleluja from Exultate Jubilate – Mozart

It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing



Somewhere Out There from An American Tail- James Horner

Wedding March (Mendelssohn)

Having played for the Man Booker Prize Awards, the Monte Carlo Television Festival and the National Music Awards in London, Rococo are highly experienced at performing for all kinds of events, and are dedicated to ensuring that their programme creates the perfect atmosphere for your guests. Rococo have performed recitals aboard Holland America’ s and Cunard’ s luxury cruise ships; at prestigious venues such as the Grosvenor House and Hilton on Park Lane hotels; and at Westminster Abbey. Rococo have also been invited to perform alongside a host of well-known popular artists, such as Jesse J, Enya, Rod Stewart and Stereophonics.

All Rococo artists have been classically trained at respected conservatoires and are renowned for their stunning attention to appearance and detail.

Rococo have a wide and varied repertoire, incorporating classical, opera, jazz and pop, and are dedicated to helping you find the perfect music for your event. They are happy to search for music that is not on their current repertoire lists, and can even offer to arrange music that is not in print. They have arranged music by artists such as Snow Patrol, Robbie Williams and The Feeling, and have built up an enviable reputation for performing arrangements of such modern classics.

Rococo regularly perform at wedding ceremonies, civil partnerships and receptions. They have an extensive repertoire from which to choose, ranging from classical to pop, and are happy to discuss repertoire ideas to ensure the perfect event. Rococo can offer a string duo, trio or quartet and are always glad to offer advice on which group may best suit your event. Whichever Rococo ensemble you choose, their commitment to excellence and professionalism will enhance the elegance and beauty of your special day.

Corporate events
Whether your event is in a small, intimate setting or on a grand scale, Rococo will add that touch of class to make it an event to remember. With an extensive and diverse repertoire, plus a choice of ensembles, you are sure to find the perfect combination to complement the occasion.

Rococo’ s previous engagements have included work for:
All England Lawn Tennis Club, Wimbledon
Bentley Cars
Café de Paris
Cirque du Soleil
Claridge’s, Mayfair
Grosvenor House Hotel, Park Lane
Hilton on Park Lane hotel
Holland America Line
Jesse J
Locanda Locatelli
Mandarin Oriental, Knightsbridge
Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich
Shakespeare’ s Globe Theatre
Tate Modern
Tower 42
Victoria and Albert Museum
The Wallace Collection
Westminster Abbey
Vivienne Westwood

Client Comments
“Thank you for making the event so special, everyone appreciated your music so much”
– Richard Lane, President of Diabetes UK

“Wonderful and charming, I didn’t want you to stop playing!”
– Christopher Biggins, actor & media personality

Repertoire List
Adagio- Albinoni
Adagio for Strings- Barber
Air on the G- Bach
Alleluja from Exultate Jubilate – Mozart
Arioso – Bach
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Ave Maria – Bach ~ Gounod
Ave Verum Corpus – Mozart
Badinerie – Bach
Barber of Seville – Rossini
Brandenburg Concerto No. 3 – Bach
Canon – Pachelbel
Contrapunctus No.1 – Bach
Divertimento (Various)- Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik – Mozart
Excerpts from the ‘Four Seasons’ – Vivaldi
Fur Elise – Beethoven
Hornpipe from the Water Music – Handel
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach
La Rejouissance (Music for the Royal Fireworks) – Handel
Liebestraum – Liszt
Nimrod from Enigma Variations – Elgar
Nutcracker Suite – Tchaikovsky
Ode to Joy – Beethoven
Pachelbel’s Canon in D – Pachelbel
Panis Angelicus – Franck
Pathetique – Beethoven
Pavane – Faure
Piano concerto no. 21 (Andante) – Mozart
Prelude from ‘Te Deum’ – Charpentier
Radetzky March – Strauss
Rondeau – Mouret
Rondo alla Turca – Mozart
Sheep May Safely Graze – Bach
Trumpet Tune in D – Purcell
Trumpet Voluntary – Clarke
Two Rondeaux from Abdelazar & The Fairy Queen- Purcell
Wachet Auf – Bach
Water Music Extracts – Handel

Adagio from Violin Concerto No.1 – Bruch
Ave Maria – Schubert
Barcarolle – Offenbach
Bolero – Ravel
Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride) – Wagner
Girl with the Flaxen Hair – Debussy
Gymnopodie No 1 – Satie
Hungarian Dances (various) – Brahms
In the Hall of the Mountain King – Grieg
Meditation (from Thais) – Massenet
Norwegian Dance No. 2&3 – Grieg
O Sole Mio – di Capua
Polovtsian Dance – Borodin
Salut D’Amour – Elgar
Slavonic Dance No.8 – Dvorak
Sleeping Beauty Waltz – Tchaikovsky
The Girl with the Flaxen Hair – Debussy
The Swan – Saint-Saens
Traumerei – Schumann
Valse – Chopin
Waltz – Grieg
Waltz from Sleeping Beauty – Tchaikovsky
Wedding Day at Troldhaugen – Grieg

Light Classical
Blue Danube Waltz – Strauss
Cock Linnet – Collins/Leigh arr. Martelli
Czardas – Monti
Funiculi, Funicula – Denza
Palladio – Jenkins
Pizzicato Polka – Strauss
Simple Symphony- Britten

A Scottish Selection- Traditional
Amazing Grace – Traditional
Cockles and Muscles- Traditional
English Country Gardens- Traditional
Greensleeves – Traditional
Londonderry Air – Traditional
Nearer My God to Thee- Mason
Rule Britannia – Arne
Star Spangled Banner – Traditional
The Irish Washer Woman- Traditional
The Minstrel Boy- Traditional

Aria from Xerxes – Handel
Ballata from ‘Rigoletto’ – Verdi
Excerpts from ‘Carmen’ – Bizet
Flower Duet from ‘Lakme’ – Delibes
H.M.S Pinafore -Sullivan
Intermezzo Sinfonico from Cavalleria Rusticana – Mascagni
Libiamo from ‘La Traviata’ – Verdi
Nessum Dorma from Turandot- Puccini

A Day in the Life of a Fool (Black Orpheus) – Louise Bonfa
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square – Manning Sherwin
Blue Moon – Richard Rogers
But Not for Me – Gershwin
Blues in The Night (My Momma Done Tol’ Me)- Harold Arlen
Byebye Blackbird- Ray Henderson
Cry Me a River – Arthur Hamilton
Don’t Get Around Much Anymore – Ellington
Everytime We Say Goodbye – Cole Porter
Fly me to the Moon – Bart Howard
How High the Moon – Morgan Lewis
I Got Rhythm – Gershwin
I Only Have Eyes for You – Harry Warren
I’ve got you under my skin – Cole Porter
It Don’t Mean a Thing If It Ain’t Got That Swing – Ellington
It Had to Be You – Isham Jones
It’s Only a Paper Moon – Harold Arlen
Let’s Do It – Cole Porter
Makin’ Whoopee – Donaldson
My Funny Valentine – Richard Rogers
Pennies from Heaven – Arthur Johnson
S’wonderful – Gershwin
Someone to Watch Over Me – Gershwin
Summertime – Gershwin
Sweet Georgia Brown – Maceo Pinkard, Ken Casey & Ben Bernie
Take Five – Paul Desmond
The Folks who Live on the Hill – Jerome Kern
The Girl from Ipanema – Antonio Carlos Jobim
They Can’t Take That Away from Me – Gershwin

Angels – Robbie Williams
All You Need is Love – Lennon & McCartney
Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve
Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
Bridge Over Troubled Water – Paul Simon
Chasing Cars – Coldplay
Eight Days a Week – Lennon & McCartney
(Everything I Do) I Do it For You – Kamen
Got to Get You Into My Life – Lennon & McCartney
Greatest Love of All – Michael Masser
Hard Day’s Night – Lennon & McCartney
Have I told you lately – Van Morrison
Hello Goodbye – Lennon & McCartney
Hey Jude – Paul McCartney
I Feel Fine – Lennon & McCartney
If I Fell – Lennon & McCartney
Lady Madonna – Lennon & McCartney
Money, Money, Money – Abba
Moondance – Van Morrison
Moonlight in Vermont – Suessdorf
Norwegian Wood – Lennon & McCartney
One Day Like This – Elbow
Paperback Writer – Lennon & McCartney
The Wind Beneath My Wings – Geoff Silbar & Larry Henley
The Winner Takes it All – Abba
(They Long To Be) Close to You – Bert Bacharach
Tomorrow Never Knows – Lennon & McCartney
Unchained Melody – Alex North
Viva La Vida – Coldplay
What a Wonderful World – Weiss & Thiele
When I Fall In Love – Victor Young
When I’m 64 – Lennon & McCartney
Yesterday – Lennon and McCartney
You Raise Me Up – Graham & Lovland

Cafetin de Buenos Aires – Mariano Mores
Cristal – Mariano Mores
La Cumparsita – Rodriguez
La Vi Llegar – Enrique Francini
Por Una Cabeza – Gardel
Selection of Tangos by George Speckert

As Long As He Needs Me – Lionel Bart
All I Ask of You from Phantom of the Opera – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Anything Goes – Cole Porter
Don’t Cry for Me Argentina from Evita – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Empty Chairs and Empty Tables from Les Miserables – Claude-Michel Schonberg
I Could Have Danced all Night – Lerner & Lowe
I Don’t Know How to Love Him- Andrew Lloyd Webber
If I Were a Rich Man – Jerry Bock
Leaning on a Lamppost – George Formby
Lord of the Dance- Ronan Hardiman
Love Changes Everything – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Lullaby of Broadway – Harry Warren
Maria from Westside Story – Leonard Bernstein
Memory from Cats- Andrew Lloyd Webber
Moonfall – Rupert Holmes
Mr. Wonderful – Jerry Bock, Larry Holofcene and George David Weiss
Music of the Night – Lloyd Webber
New York, New York – Leonard Bernstein
Smoke get in your Eyes (from Roberta) – Jerome Kern
Tea for Two – Vincent Youmans
Tonight from Westside Story – Leonard Bernstein
Where is Love – Lionel Bart

Film and Television
A Whole New World from Aladdin- Alan Menken
Ashokan Farewell – Jay Ungar
Baby Elephant Walk – Mancini
Cavatina from The Deer Hunter- Stanley Myers
Charada – Mancini
Days of Wine and Roses – Mancini
Gabriel’s Oboe – Ennio Morricone
Jeeves & Wooster theme – Anne Dudley
Kissing You (Love theme from Romeo and Juliet) – Des’ree
Meggies Theme – Mancini
Mission:Impossible – Lalo Schifrin
Moon River – Henry Mancini
My Heart Will Go On from Titanic- James Horner
Pie in the Face Polka – Mancini
Schindler’s List Theme – John Williams
She from Notting Hill – Elvis Costello
Somewhere Out There from An American Tail- James Horner
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen
Song from 10 (It’s Easy to Say) – Mancini
Speak Softly Love from The Godfather- Nino Roso
Theme from E.T. – John Williams
Theme from Inspector Clouseau – Mancini
Theme from Molly Manguires – Mancini
Theme from Jeeves and Wooster – Julian Kershaw
Theme from Schindler’s List – John Williams
Theme from The Thorn Birds – Mancini

Black and White Rag – George Botsford
Entertainer – Joplin
Maple Leaf Rag – Scott Joplin
Ragtime Dance – Joplin

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