2014 News and Archives

Chifley Tower Entrance Foyer grand re-opening

  • Valentine’s Day performance in Manuka, Canberra (Briana + band)
  • QUT Health Awards, Brisbane

G20 – Government House performance for the Department of Treasury (string quartet)





Official farewell for Governor-General Dame Quentin Bryce hosted by the Prime Minister and attended by Bill Shorten MP. Our string quartet performed as guests entered the Great Hall and after the unveiling of the new portrait of the Governor-General.

This event was organised by the Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet.

Stringspace were honored to perform at the Great Hall, Parliament House for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge on their Royal Tour of Australia.
















MYER Store – 7 Jazz Bands throughout Australia performing simultaneously in Melbourne, Chadstone, Doncaster, Sydney city, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Perth.















National Gallery of Australia’s High Tea – String Quartet










Saba Store Opening at The Melbourne Emporium – String Quartet













Marais Store Opening – Bourke Street, Melbourne – String Trio










Briana and our jazz band performed for Tiffany & Co. in their Sydney city store.









Actress Georgina Haig’s wedding at the NSW State Library.








Jade MacRae is one of our talented singers.

Jade MacRae sang with our band at for MYER at the GPO Building, Melbourne.







Wedding music for Paddington cake shop Sweet Art in Woolharra. Our strings played for the ceremony, and then our jazz/pop band featuring Briana on vocals performed at the reception.






The Prime Minister of Japan’s visit to Australia – We provided a string quartet at Parliament House, Canberra for the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe, and then 2 days later a jazz band at the Astral Ballroom, Perth also for the Prime Minister of Japan Shinzo Abe’s visit to Australia.

These events were hosted by the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.





Two full days of recording film music at Fox Studios.








MYER – Bourke Street, Melbourne in-store performance.

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