The Batavia Fine Arts Centre will host an excellent night of live music on April 12, 2014. Well-Strung, an all-male string quartet that places a unique twist on classic compositions and modern hits, has gained fans with performances across the country. Here's a closer look at what you can expect from their performance at the Batavia Fine Arts Centre.
Members of Well-Strung
Well-Strung is a string quartet that showcases the talents of four accomplished musicians from New York City. Well-Strung features Edmund Bagnell on first violin, Christopher Marchant on second violin, Daniel Shevlin on cell and Trevor Wadleigh on violin. These accomplished players boast off-Broadway acting credentials, and have been playing as a quartet for several years. Their thrilling live show has earned rave reviews from audiences across America.
Unique musical style
A Well-Strung performance is sure to delight classical music lovers and pop fans, alike. Well-Strung blends classic and contemporary songs into unique and beautiful arrangements. Their show is directed by Donna Drake, and features arrangements by David Levinson. Well-Strung is a new type of boy band that is sure to entertain every member of your family.
Tickets and information
Well-Strung will perform at the Main Stage of the Batavia Fine Arts Centre on April 12, 2014, from 7:30-9:30 p.m. Tickets are now on sale for this upcoming production. To catch a glimpse of Well-Strung before the show, you can also tune in to the Today Show on March 20.
The Batavia Fine Arts Centre provides audiences with a fantastic array of dance, symphony, and live theatre performances. To buy tickets for Well-Strung or other exciting productions, contact the box office at 630-937-8930.