Electric String Quartet: Mania’s critically acclaimed stage show is a dynamic, energetic, high-impact event guaranteed to inject a huge dose of glamour into any occasion! A dazzling feast for the eyes and ears, this unique blend of specially commissioned crossover favourites from the pop and classical world is performed to the highest standards by award winning musicians.
The Electric String Quartet: Mania has established itself as the UK’s most successful and sought after electric string quartet. For the past few years, their electrifying show has attracted a global following, wowing audiences across the UK, Europe and beyond. In addition to a busy schedule of engagements for some of the world’s leading corporate brands, they also perform regularly to both celebrity and royalty.
The girls are all award winning musicians, having graduated with honours from London’s leading conservatoires, including the Royal Academy of Music and the Royal College of Music.
The group has featured on prime-time TV, and the girls can regularly be seen performing on programmes such as The X Factor, Strictly Come Dancing, Children in Need, National Lottery Live and GMTV. They have also performed and recorded with artists such as Sir Paul McCartney, George Michael, Noel Gallagher, Robbie Williams, Rod Stewart, Kanye West, Take That, Leona Lewis, Adele and The Spice Girls at venues as diverse as Glastonbury and the Royal Albert Hall.
The Electric String Quartet's growing public profile has seen them appear on the pages of “Hello” and “OK” magazines, and they recently fronted a nationwide campaign for Travelodge. With a busy diary of events in the months ahead, the hottest all girl quartet on the circuit are destined to go from strength to strength.
Fully choreographed, the show can be performed on either electric or acoustic instruments, to audiences large or small. Alternatively, the girls are also available as a background quartet. Dressed in full length evening gowns, they will lighten the atmosphere and lend a touch of class to any event, with an extensive repertoire ranging from Mozart to The Beatles.