Siren

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Electric String Quartet

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Graduates of the Royal Academy and Royal College of Music in London, Electric String Quartet, Siren have been attracting worldwide attention following stunning performances in Germany, France, Italy, Korea, Greece, Ireland, Spain, Portugal and for the Sheiks in Dubai.

They have performed with P Diddy at Wembley Stadium, with Alfie Boe on Parkinson, Mika at Brixton Academy, Mutya, Michael Buble and Hard Fi; featured as the strings in Mark Ronson’s video Valerie and recorded with The Killers.

Siren also completed a European tour as part of Simply Red’s string section. As classical players they have worked with Sir Yehudi Menuhin, Sir Colin Davies, Maxim Vengerov and Vladimir Ashkenazy, with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, London Metropolitan Orchestra and Ulster Orchestra, and have performed in the Royal Albert Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Royal Festival Hall and Barbican in London and in concert halls of over 20 cities throughout the world. They have also recently supported Beverley Knight at the Royal Opera House for an Charity Event. 


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