The members of Well-Strung are are not your typical boy band. The musicians of this all-male string quartet are a blend of Mozart and N’Sync, and have been winning over audiences worldwide with their contemporary style and good looks.
The New York Daily News described Well-Strung as the “hottest things with a bow since Jennifer Lawrence in The Hunger Games.” BuzzFeed chimed in with, “This hunky quartet will give you a new reason to love classical music.”
The New York-based foursome is performing benefit shows in Rehoboth Beach, Del., this weekend, Sept. 28 and 29, presented by Stephen Manos, at the CAMP Rehoboth Community Center.
Tickets for Saturday’s shows have sold out, but a limited number of tickets are still available for a 3 p.m. show on Sunday. Admission is $30 and proceeds will support CAMP Rehoboth LGBT community center. For tickets or more information call 302-227-5620 or visit camprehoboth.com.
[Photo: Well-Strung: second violinist Christopher Marchant, first violinist Edmund Bagnell, cellist Daniel Shevlin and violist Trevor Wadleigh. Credit: Michael Wakefield]
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