7TH DECEMBER 2020

Steel City Strings Makes Successful ‘Return’ To Concert Halls

‘THE RETURN’ HIGHLIGHTS

We were thrilled to make ‘The Return’ to the stage over the last two weekends. Enjoy these highlights.
 
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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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