May 2, 2010

String Quartet LIVE at KL Event, Malaysia

String Quartet from Jason Geh Entertainment provided live instrumental music at the Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG Showcase held at Menara Hap Seng Star, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia on 30th April 2010.



The group consisted of 4 string musicians entertained attendees at the event with two sets of live performance each lasting approximately 45 minutes. The musicians that make up the String Quartet are the 1st violinist, 2nd violinist, the viola player and the cellist completing the ensemble.

The repertoire performed during this event were a mix of styles from classical, baroque, folk, country to golden oldies, movie sound tracks, pieces from musicals and even contemporary popular love tunes.

A view of the venue where the String Quartet performedThe guest at the event chatting and enjoying their drinks








The speech prior to the unveilingAn image taken after the launch of the new Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG









The musicians from Jason’s String Quartet are extremely skilled at their instruments with decades of experience performing in front of large and small audiences at public events such as product launches, corporate events, weddings, birthdays, anniversaries and even private parties around Malaysia as well as overseas.

For more information on String Quartet, do contact Jason Geh at 016 2800 216. Browse through his extensive music blog to view past and present live performances that he has done imbued with articles describing the events. There are photos and video montages there to give you an idea and a taste of their performance.

String Quartet from Jason Geh Entertainment performing LIVEBesides the String Quartet, Jason Geh Entertainment do provide other musical ensembles like Jazz band, Strollers (mobile / unplugged band), Filipino band with vocals or instrumental (without vocals).

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