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Steel City Strings | Digital Subscription

Purchase Exclusive, Unlimited Access to Steel City Strings digital concerts and recordings for 12 months.

With your subscription, you’ll be able to access on-demand at anytime:

  • Our 2020 ‘The Return’ Archival Concert Recording.
  • All 2020 Digital Season Concerts (3 incredible 30 minute concerts featuring our entire orchestra and chamber ensembles).
  • All #IsolationStrings Performances, including the Steel City Strings Quartet full-length concert.
  • Exclusive Access to our Archive via private YouTube Playlist.
  • All Steel City Strings Podcast Episodes
  • All Available Program Notes, Interviews and Written Articles by Steel City Strings Players.

Purchase your loved one a Steel City Strings Digital Subscription today. Access is via our website with a uniquely issued access code issued directly to them.

NOTE: If you were a Digital Season subscriber in 2020, your access will automatically be extended until June 2021. If you subscribed during 2021 for three months, you will need to purchase a new Digital subscription for December 2021 onward, unless your purchase was less than three months prior. If this is the case, your subscription will expire after 3 months from date of purchase.


Upcoming Events


6.00pm Tuesday July 25 2023
Wollongong Art Gallery

An invitation from the Australian String Quartet, from Adelaide, to perform with Steel City Strings in our Collections concert in Wollongong makes an exciting new addition to our season.

It’s also an important learning experience for our SCS Quartet musicians, Kyle Little, Monique Ziegelaar, Adrian Davies and Karella Mitchell.


6.00 pm Saturday 23rd September 2023
Venues - TBC

Our cello section, under the leadership of Karella Mitchell, plays a selection of popular cello favourites.

Tickets will go on sale in July 2023.


The members of Steel City Strings are outstanding examples of hard work, enterprise, enthusiasm and dedication. They reach for the stars and beyond. More power to these wonderful people.

Richard Gill AO

In Debussy's Sacred and Profane Dances of 1904 the orchestra was joined by harpist Paulina Smirnov whose scintillating playing created a wonderful and subtly-nuanced centrepiece for the concert.


A fascinating program of works from various musical periods... The orchestra played with a strong sense of ensemble, and brought an infectious verve to the Mozart.



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