2016

2016:

Some of the companies & events Stringspace provided live music for in 2016 include:

  • Andre Agassi – Dinner at Vue De Monde, Melbourne (jazz band)
  • Animal Medicines Australia
  • Art Gallery of NSW – Archibald Exhibition Grand Opening (female string quartet)
  • Art Gallery of NSW – Foundation Dinner
  • Art Gallery of NSW – 2016 Travel Draw Prize (solo cellist)
  • Assetlink – Christmas Party
  • ASX – Top 100  at the Art Gallery of NSW
  • Australian Centre of the Moving Image – Scorsese Quiz Night
  • Australian Medical Association – conference hosted by Q&A’s Tony Jones
  • Australian Medical Association – Dinner at Old Parliament House (jazz band)
  • Bayer – cruise corporate event (string duo)
  • BMWChampion Dinner
  • Bvlgari – feature solo cellist at the National Gallery of Victoria
  • Chifley Tower – Daily Christmas foyer music (string quartet)
  • Crestone – cocktail party
  • CTBC Bank – launch
  • Department of the Prime Minister & Cabinet – Luncheon in Honour of the Prime Minister of Singapore at The Great Hall, Parliament House, Canberra
  • Delta Agribusiness – 10-Year Celebration at Kings Hall, Old Parliament House
  • Engineers Australia – Awards Night, Adelaide
  • Equitee TrusteesAfternoon of Jazz with Hetty Kate, Melbourne Concert
  • Equitee Trustees – solo harp, Sydney
  • Ernst & Young – event at the Art Gallery of NSW (jazz band)
  • E. Sun Bank – String Quartet concert for the Grand Opening at The 4 Seasons Hotel
  • Great Southern Shipping Co. – Luncheon at The Hilton, Melbourne. Attended by Robert Doyle – the Lord Mayor of Melbourne
  • Happy Birthday performance with Megan Washington at the Melbourne Arts Centre
  • Herbert Smith Freehills – Annual Wine Tasting Dinner
  • Herbert Smith Freehills – Christmas Party
  • Herbert Smith Freehills – Private viewing event of the Archibald Exhibition, Art Gallery of NSW (violin & guitar duo)
  • HSBC – Chinese New Year event at Old Parliament House (jazz band)
  • Life Company of the Year Awards at the NSW Art Gallery with guest speaker Ian Thorpe
  • Lululemon – new store opening at Claremont Quarter, Perth (string trio)
  • Macquarie Bank (string quartet)
  • Melbourne Intercontinental Hotel  – Dinner at the Melbourne Intercontinental
  • Murdoch School of Law – End-of-year event, Perth
  • National Gallery of Australia – Foundation Dinner (string quartet)
  • National Portrait Gallery 
  • Official Budget Night After Party – Canberra (string quartet)
  • Oliver Hume Real Estate’s White Party (Jade MacRae + piano)
  • Omega Watches – Christmas VIP event – Sydney & Melbourne
  • Omega Watches – Dinner at the George Ballroom, St Kilda (jazz band)
  • Omega Watches – performance at Moss Green, Woollahra
  • Optus – event at Alto Restaurant, Melbourne
  • Origin Energy – event at The Mint
  • Pink Ladies Lunches at Sydney, Perth, Brisbane and Canberra. Events attended by Hon Dame Quentin Bryce & Ita Buttrose
  • Pottery Barn
  • PriceWaterhouse Coopers – Christmas Party
  • Property Council of Australia – 20th Anniversary Dinner at Quay Restaurant attended by Frank Lowy
  • QUT – lunch, Brisbane (jazz band)
  • Rolex – in-store event, Adelaide
  • The Royal Australian College of General Practitioners – NSW & ACT Fellowship & Awards Ceremony
  • Ryan Stokes’ wedding at Potts Point
  • Sotheby’s – Dinner at the National Portrait Gallery
  • String Trio performance in front of 2,000 people at the Olympic Park Stadium
  • The Style Co.
  • St Vincent De Paul – Christmas Party, Hobart
  • Tiffany & Co. – solo jazz piano
  • Tiffany & Co. – breakfast events (jazz bands)
  • Tiffany & Co. – pass the parcel music, Sydney (solo guitar)
  • University of Canberra – High Tea rooftop event
  • The Victorian State Government – Australian Japan Business Corporate Committee – welcome reception at Government House
  • The Victorian State Government – event at the Melbourne Town Hall
  • Vivid Ideas – Stringspace Orchestra performance of The House of Cards theme song at the opening of the Beau Willimon interview, hosted by Leigh Sales, at the Sydney Town Hall


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