14TH NOVEMBER 2020

Steel City Strings Finalist in Illawarra Business Awards 2020

Last month, Artistic Director Kyle Little and Manager Jeremy Boulton attended Illawarra Business Awards as finalist in the category of “Excellence in Digital Service Delivery”.
 
 
Unfortunately, we didn’t take out our category, but we congratulate His Boy Elroy who did, as well as win three other categories including Business of the Year! Huge congratulations to the team there, in a tough year for hospitality.
 
 
Pictured (left to right): Jeremy Boulton, Manager, Lord Mayor Gordon Bradbury AM and Kyle Little, Artistic Director.
 
 
 

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Testimonials

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.

Anon

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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