In 1998, String Fever was conceived by wife-and-husband team Jacqueline and Brenton Edgecombe. They have played with four of Australia’s major symphony orchestras. Now with a new string to their bow Jacqueline and Brenton are thrilled to be catapulted from the orchestra pit to centre stage with their winning brand of entertainment.
String Fever has performed over 900 shows internationally and around Australia, and has headlined on the world’s most luxurious cruise ships, including the QE2, and the exclusive Silversea and Seabourn lines.
String Fever is a unique blend of virtuosic musicianship, nouveau-vaudevillian comedy and a broad palette of the world’s most popular music. This fabuolous duo combine early careers in the Symphony (working with artists including Pavarotti, Ray Charles and the Beatles’ Sir George Martin) with nearly two decades as full-time entertainers to present a show that is unique, classy – and most importantly – a lot of fun. Their musical roller-coaster will take you from Bluegrass to Beethoven to the Beatles; a cheeky tribute to Andre Rieu and Brenton’s unforgettable Elton John impression.
They have received 11 National Awards for their services to showbiz, including five ‘MO’ Awards, and the “Qantas Peter Allen Variety Performers of the Year”.
As well as performing in theatres and clubs around Australia (and at an odd private party in the South of France!) String Fever have also taken their talents to sea, performing around the world on cruise ships for Celebrity Cruises, Seabourn, Silversea, Regent Seven Seas, Crystal, Royal Caribbean International, Oceania, P&O Australia, Princess Cruises, Holland America Line, and Cunard.
To book String Fever contact Vogue Entertainment on 1300 296 133
“ .. wonderfully innovative, passionate and hilarious ..”
“Thank you for travelling 12,000 miles to be the “Star Act” at our party – everybody thought you were great!”
Private Client, Monte Carlo
“ .. unbelievably stunning .. fantastically witty.”
“This MO award is well deserved”
Senator the Hon. Rod Kemp
Federal Minister for the Arts
Serving the community since 1993
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