The Strettini Quartet London
The Strettini Quartet is a sought-after ensemble for social events, corporate functions and weddings, in London and further afield.
The Strettini Quartet are available to travel to your event, and will bring with them their professional approach, reliability, flexibility and sense of fun.
If you are looking to find a string quartet consisting of four individually talented players who combine to perform with a considerable flair and zest, this is the string quartet for you.
Meet The Quartet
Canadian violinist Julia recently completed her postgraduate degree at the Royal College of Music as a Frederick Johnston Scholar supported by an Astor Award.
She is currently on trial for a position with the Welsh National Opera orchestra, and also appears with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra.
She has received generous support from the Williamson Foundation and Dartington School, as well as the Afternoon Music Club of Phoenixville and Matt Bailey Memorial Scholarships, both of which are awarded to a student pursuing music performance at a major university or conservatory.
Native Londoner Henry took up the violin age 3 and his music has taken him as far afield as China, the USA and India. He studied at Leeds University and UNT (Dallas) under the tutelage of Peter Poole, Raimonda Koco, Igor Borodin and Julia Bushkova.
Since returning to London Henry has worked across a wide range of Musical Genres. From Classical Orchestral work with the English National Ballet, to Bollywood recordings for Chennai’s Ilayairaja. He has worked in the west end in Lloyd-Webber’s Phantom of the Opera and has done a considerable amount of work with Pop Artists including Mary J Blige, Jessie J, Katie Melua and Lana Del Rey. Henry has also appeared on screen as a violinist in several films including Les Miserables (2012) and Cinderella.
Born in Bristol, Frances started the viola at age 11. Studying at Trinity College of Music, supported with awards from the Worshipful Company of Musicians and full scholarships, she studied under the tutelage of international soloist, Rivka Golani.
As well as a busy freelance career focusing in opera and ballet, she has given concerts in France, Italy, China and India, whilst future concerts will see her travelling to perform in Zimbabwe and Scandinavia. In demand as a contemporary artist, she works with composers in new works and cross-arts disciplines, including a premiere of Oliver Kentish’s work, Prelude and Fugue for 10 Violas, at the Southbank Centre.
Daniel Burrowes began playing the cello at the age of 5, and studied at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama Junior Department until the age of 11, then the Kent Music Academy to the age of 18. Further study at Leeds University, Trinity College of Music and SMU, in Dallas, Texas, completed his studies.
Returning to the UK in 2011, Daniel has been building a freelance career, performing with many orchestras as well as a wide variety of theatre orchestras. He is a member of the Darwin Piano Trio with Eleanor Tagart and Helen Twomey, and has also performed regularly with the London Studio Players, with whom he performed on a three week cruise of the Mediterranean.