Stellini, all of whom studied at the Royal Academy/Royal College of Music, are a virtuosic and stunning all-female, electric string quartet who have experience of working with established artists in the record industry including the likes of Elton John, Take That, Kate Nash and Massive Attack to name but a few.
Providing guests with classical music with a contemporary twist, Stellini (which translates as “little stars” in Italian) combine incredible talent, professionalism, good looks and state of the art, electric instruments.Since forming in 2008, they have performed for many high profile clients including JCB, Unilver, Boston Consulting Group, Dechert and Legal & General. They have also performed at many high profile events including Chinawhite’s “Rock the Polo” enclosure at The Cartier International Polo and The Intercontinental Hotel Group’s annual “Hotel Stars Awards” recently held in Cairo, Egypt.
Stellini can do 3x45 minute sets of pop, jazz or classical background music, their extensive repertoire ranging from the soothing classical compositions of Bach and Mozart to more unexpected arrangements including Led Zeppelin and the Doors via Cole Porter.
They can also do a 20-minute choreographed show performing bespoke arrangements of well known songs including Shirley Bassey’s “Get the Party Started” and Paint it Black by The Rolling Stones to backing tracks.
"Both Logistik and our client were very happy with Stellini, their performances were excellent and they were all really friendly and flexible on site which made our job a lot easier. They made a very good impression with the audience too and added a great atmosphere to the event."
-Gemma Woodhead, Logistik
"Just wanted to send you a quick note to say a HUGE thank you to the Stellini girls who gave a fantastic performance at my client’s 50th Birthday celebrations last weekend in Derbyshire. They really did ‘WOW’ the crowd and got the party started with their outstanding talent. I wouldn’t hesitate for a second to recommend them again."
-Amanda Sherlock, Giles Sherlock Event Design