Four Seasons String Quartet

Nora Brownrigg

I'm the cellist/manager of Four Seasons String Quartet and completed my Bachelor degree in music at the Liszt Academy of Music in Hungary. I have worked with the Pecs Symphony Orchestra for four years with frequent performances throughout Europe. I completed my Master of Music studies at Melbourne University and received my prestigious Licentiate in Music in 2003.

Are we vaccinated?

As we gradually approach opening up to a new “COVID normal”, It’s becoming more and more exciting to contemplate the idea of returning to live performance. The question of vaccination is very important. As with all businesses operating under the current COVID-19 climate, it is just as important as it ever was to adhere to …

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Versatility Our string quartet’s versatility has never been more apparent than now. With the performances we have been engaged in so far this year, as in previous years, we can play just about anywhere. If you’re in need of live string music, we can be there. Relocating Typically at an outdoor wedding for example, It’s …

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Why Pay Commission?

Don’t Do It! I just can’t for the life of me understand why anyone would choose to pay a commission.  To book us through an entertainment agency and not make direct contact with us. Wedding Fees Don’t get me wrong, our fees are the same no matter how we’re booked or what the function might …

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Our Venue Knowledge. Let’s get straight to the point with venues. We have a vast knowledge of the venues in and around Melbourne because with more than 17 years experience providing live string music we have most certainly got around. Every month I post a list of our booking locations on our FSSQ News & Updates. …

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2018 – New Year

Welcome to 2018, How time flies! First week of January has come and gone and it’s been a great start to the new year already. So many happy couples tying the knot, we’ve provided live string music for wedding ceremonies, receptions, canapés etc. 2017 was a resounding success for us and 2018 is looking just …

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January Bookings

Bookings  So many bookings happening in January. Yet through the festive season hectic time it’s business as usual for me. In fact with weddings happening early January it’s important for my couples that I’m available throughout the season for those music requests and last minute questions etc. Every month I post on our “News & …

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Upcoming Dates

Upcoming Dates. One thing I always enjoy doing is committing to the many venue wedding expos which pop up every year. What normally happens is venues will tentatively choose a date and send out invitations to suppliers with the aim to confirm availability.  No point announcing a wedding expo if suppliers can’t make it, that …

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Another Great Wedding

Another Great Wedding. There we go, that’s another beautiful wedding under our belt. The bride looked amazing, the groom looked very smart, and the music was spectacular and fitting for such an occasion. The funny thing is, Natasha, the bride, only contacted us 1 week ago to enquire about having a string quartet for her …

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Marriage Laws

Marriage Laws.  Unless you’ve lived under a rock for the past 12 months, you’d know of the major changes to the Australian Marriage Laws which come into effect January 2018. These changes are significant for many people and in the decisions they can now make under Australian law. Follow the link for more info…    Marriage …

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