World's first genetically modified string quartet returns to Epsom Playhouse

Stringfever will be back at the Epsom Playhouse by popular demand

Stringfever will be back at the Epsom Playhouse by popular demand

First published in Music Surrey Comet: Photograph of the Author by , Chief Reporter

The world’s first genetically modified string quartet will be back at the Epsom Playhouse by popular demand.

The classically-trained Broadbent family, who come together as the group Stringfever, are set to make audiences thrill once again with their varied selection of exciting music.

From the classics, rock and opera to pop, Stringfever brings a new meaning to the term string quartet. 

Youngest brother Neal beat-boxes and plays electric cello, Giles and Ralph play electric violins, and cousin Graham makes up the four playing electric viola. 

With their electric instruments and live beat-boxing, Stringfever will combine its exceptional musical skill with a talent for involving and engaging audiences.

Stringfever, Epsom Playhouse, Ashley Avenue, October 2, 8pm, £15.20, call 01372 742555, visit www.epsomplayhouse.co.uk

 

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