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Events in Demand Adds Spinphony Electric Strings to their Lineup of Music Entertainment

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Spinphony Rock Quartet is the new sensation in musical entertainment. This high-voltage show has quickly become a must-see entertainment option at major events.

Salt Lake City, USA – March 14, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ —

Spinphony, a new, sensational, cutting edge electric string quartet, is a masterful group of strings players who are rocking audiences with unique, high-energy arrangements and blistering performances. These four beautiful, virtuosic strings musicians know how to fire up crowds with a combination of electrifying music and in-sync choreography. Adding a professional DJ with a wide array of musical rhythms and effects gives the group a rich, full sound that breathes life and excitement into events.

Performing everything from classical to rock to movie themes to heavy metal, these girls were made to rock out. Their arrangements are their own, giving them the ability to take classic rock tunes, pop hits, and other favorite songs from a wide variety of musical styles, and create energized mash ups that are the perfect addition to corporate events, weddings, receptions, parties, and even high-profile celebrity events. Whether clients are after Lady Gaga, classic rock mash ups, or Pachelbel’s Canon, this hot group has the skills to make any event unforgettable. For more information see Spinphony Electric String Quartet.

Spinphony’s four players are not only blessed with more than their fair share of beauty and charm – they are a powerhouse of talent that sets them apart from other string groups. They are the real thing, performing music that’s complicated, yet familiar, while adding in choreographed dance moves that add a coolness and flair that command attention.

The Spinphony Electric String Quartet pushes the boundaries of what stringed musicians can do. They are best known for their rockin’, high-energy corporate shows, but are also a great addition to wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, and private parties. The group has the ability to be a wedding band, dance band, and string quartet, all rolled up into one nice package. They can perform soft, romantic ceremony or dinner music, and then ramp up the energy for the after party.

Spinphony has been called a “classical crossover” group, taking classical music and giving it a techno makeover. They also take classic rock, familiar movie tunes, current pop hits, and even some heavy metal, and through their own stylish arrangements, create mash-ups that are riveting to audiences. Their compelling performances make them simply irresistible, delivering classic tunes in high-octane shows that always leave audiences craving more.

See also: Wedding music bands from Events in Demand
See also: Dance bands from Events in Demand

For more information about us, please visit http://www.eventsindemand.com/

Contact Info:
Name: Sally Johnson
Email: events@eventsindemand.com
Address: Salt Lake City, UT
Phone: (801) 796-3991
Organization: Events in Demand

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