Trinity House, the working home of the General Lighthouse Authority, is collaborating with the talented Amalia Strings to offer wedding and corporate bookers an exceptional package. When engaging the string ensemble as a duo at £370, a trio at £480 or a quartet at £600, the second hour of the live performance will be offered FREE when booked to participate at an event at the House. This pricing includes VAT, transport of musicians and instruments to the House, and is available to potential clients of Trinity House only until 31 September. If the booking is for more than two hours, any additional hour after the second FREE hour will be charged at £50, £60 or £80 respectively.

Covering genres and styles from Mozart to The Beatles, Amalia Strings comprise four talented musicians whose love of performing has brought them together. Vicky is active both as an orchestral player and soloist and has performed at The Royal Albert Hall, Birmingham Symphony Hall and The Royal Festival Hall – she is currently Development Events Manager at the London Philharmonic Orchestra. David graduated with honours from the Royal College of Music and has collaborated with numerous professional string ensembles including the Chamber Orchestra of London. After studying at the Royal Academy of Music, Alison has performed at many high-profile events including the Wieniawski Festival in Poland, Britten’s Death in Venice 2007 Aldeburgh Festival, and the Rock meets Classic 2012 Tour with Ian Gillan. Playing the cello, Amalia Strings co-founder Mike is an acclaimed soloist, chamber musician and teacher and has played with many orchestras in the UK and across Europe, including the London Philharmonic Orchestra and the European Union Chamber Orchestra.

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About Trinity House:

The history of the Corporation is evident throughout its London headquarters, its long and remarkable role in our nation’s maritime heritage borne out by the artworks, antiques and furnishings that populate the building. In its 200 year history the building has welcomed royalty, prime ministers and Lords of the Admiralty and is today managed by Deputy Master Captain Ian McNaught. Reflecting the ongoing patronage of the Crown, the Master of the Corporation is HRH The Princess Royal, filling a role held in former centuries by—among others—the diarist Samuel Pepys, the Duke of Wellington, William Pitt and, more recently, HRH The Duke of Edinburgh.

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Karen Luard (KP Communications): / Tel: 07813833724