AMBROSIA STRING QUARTET

AMBROSIA STRING QUARTET

Whether it be a request for a favourite piece of music or attending wedding rehearsals to ensure everything runs smoothly, the Ambrosia String Quartet gives a personal touch that creates the perfect memorable day.

Their repertoire covers traditional favourites such as Canon in D (Pachelbel) and Arrival of the Queen of Sheba (Handel) for that special piece of processional music as well as a collection of pleasant background music for times such as before and after a wedding ceremony and the signing of the register. The quartet also performs other genres including jazz and contemporary, meaning that they are able to match the repertoire with the occasion, creating the perfect atmosphere.

Having worked with some of WA's leading contemporary artists including Ali Towers, Timothy Nelson and The Autumn Isles, the Ambrosia String Quartet is fast becoming the go-to ensemble for the ever-growing number of artists wanting strings in modern pop. 

Testimonials:

"Ambrosia String Quartet played at our wedding in May - they were wonderful! They played as people gathered for the ceremony which set the scene and mood beautifully, and then the entrance music for the groom (me) and the bride - we both chose our entrance pieces which made it more personal. Afterwards, ASQ played at the reception - the perfect accompaniment for the celebration - lots of people commented on how much they enjoyed their playing and how ASQ added a real touch of class to the whole wedding."   Andrew Turnell 

"...The members of the ensemble were professional and gracious and played beautifully, creating just the right kind of ambience we needed to turn the event from being good to great. We will certainly use Ambrosia String Quartet for any similar events we will hold in the future and recommend them whole-heartedly."  The Reverend Ryan Green, Rector of Swanbourne Mt Claremont Parish

“Please pass on my thanks to Ambrosia – they were fantastic! Really helped with setting the atmosphere of the event.” - Stephanie Cockburn, Shell Australia