Early this fall, SoulStation Orchestra partnered with Live City Media and Chapel Charm to bring you a very special glimpse at The Strings, featuring lead vocalists Rosemary La Posta, Lauriane Pothier and Veronica Tamburro.
When asked about the vision behind the video, SoulStation Orchestra co-owner and musician Veronica Tamburro explained, “All that is missing in this video is you, the viewer.”
Top musicianship, with an extensive repertoire
The Strings is a professionally trained group of musicians, made up of violin, viola, cello and double bass.
With a repertoire of over 300 songs, they can perform anything, from classical to pop and everything in between.
“Each of our musicians has over 20 years of experience studying and performing. But what sets us apart is our absolute love of music,” adds Veronica, who is also a classically trained vocalist and violinist.
Distinguish your event with a fully customizable experience
“It is our pleasure to work with clients to create an immersive, customizable and truly unique musical experience,” says Daniel Di Cintio, SoulStation Orchestra’s co-owner and musician.
The Strings can be adapted to any event, whether an intimate party, cultural celebration, wedding ceremony or religious service.
The Strings are available in different formations, either as a trio, quartet or quintet.
A personalized musical programme featuring arrangements created by our experienced composers will set your event apart.
SoulStation Orchestra also offers vocal performances to complement The Strings.
“Clients can make special requests for certain songs to be performed by our pop, jazz or classical vocalists,” adds Daniel. “This is a great option for those who truly want to distinguish their events and heighten the overall experience and enjoyment of their guests.”
Finally, SoulStation Orchestra offers a selection of “looks” to choose from, ensuring that TheStrings fits seamlessly with your event’s theme.
Contact us today to start planning
Wildest Dreams, arranged by Allison Gillies
Halo, arranged by Camille Frappier-Fortin
Bittersweet Symphony, arranged by Todd Parrish
Ave Maria, arranged by Camille Frappier-Fortin
Here Comes the Sun, arranged by Kathryn Griesinger
Latch, arranged by Camille Frappier-Fortin
Article by: Vanessa Tamburro
Erika Castillo, violin
Daniel Di Cintio, double bass
Camillie Frappier-Fortin, cello
Rosemary La Posta, voice
Lauriane Pothier, voice
Samuel Pronovost, violin, viola
Veronica Tamburro, violin, voice
Videography: Live City Media
Location: Chapel Charm
Hair and Makeup: Hair by Dre
Makeup by MaryK
Production: Vanessa Tamburro Veronica Tamburro