Cavey String Trio


Formed in their youth over ten years ago, the Cavey Trio have played at many different important events, including The National Music Awards Week and CD:UK and regularly perform at prestigious establishments such as The Grosvenor House Hotel, The Hilton and The Savoy.

La Rejouissance’-Handel

I Could Be Happy’-from ‘The Boyfriend’

Air’-J.S. Bach

Here There and Everywhere’-The Beatles

Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring

Flower Duet

They were head-hunted to feature alongside Cirque De Soleil in Spain, and recently travelled to Dublin to record for a music video with Enya. The trio have been involved in playing at the televised National Music awards, for which they were asked to arrange and perform songs from the number 1 hit band ‘The Feeling’ and were also chosen to represent Classical music for the nationally screened BBC series, Singing with the enemy.

String Trio in 18th Century Costume

The girls have worked with many artists including the Spice Girls, Lemar and Enya and have performed worldwide including in Australia, China, Dubai, and throughout Europe.

Stephanie and Natalie, born in 1986, started learning the violin at the age of 7. Within two years, and in company with their elder sister and younger brother, the twins were both awarded a Specialist Music Scholarship to Wells Cathedral School, studying violin with Patricia Noall – the only time the school has had 4 music scholarship- holding siblings attending simultaneously. The twins opened the Minehead & Exmoor Festival in 2000 with a joint Young Artists recital, for which they received most favorable notices, and also succeeded in gaining a place in the final of the Young Musicians Platform concert in 2003 as part of The 2 Moors Festival.

As a solo performer, Stephanie soon started winning numerous 1st prizes in music festivals around the West Country, including those at Exeter, Taunton & Bath. She reached the String Semi-Finals of the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2003, finally competing against 12 of the best players from around the country. She also performed as joint soloist (again with Natalie) in Mozart’s Sinfonia Concertante with the Wells Chamber Orchestra in 2004 to much critical acclaim. Her orchestral achievements have included membership of the National Children’s Orchestra for five years (co-leader for one) and also the National Children’s Chamber Orchestra and now plays frequently with the renowned ‘Locrain Ensemble’. Stephanie is also fast gaining recognition for her work in more up-to-date genres, playing at various venues around the world.

Natalie also soon started winning numerous 1st prizes in music festivals around the West Country, including those at Exeter, Taunton & Bath. She was a Regional finalist in the BBC Young Musician of the Year competition in 2002. Her orchestral achievements have included membership of the National Children’s Orchestra for five years and also the National Children’s Chamber Orchestra. As both violinist and viola player, she was in her school’s Symphony Orchestra, its String Chamber Orches­tra and various other chamber groups. She was twice awarded a place with the National Youth Orchestra of Great Britain, playing in the viola section.Once in the 6th form, she decided to concentrate exclusively on studying the viola, and as a result had lessons with the Head of Strings, the internationally renowned viola virtuoso Philip Dukes. As a chamber musician, she was a member of ‘Procorda'(the National School for Young Cham­ber Music Players) for two years, and now frequently represents the school in chamber concert performances around the country.

Clementine began the cello at the age of five with her mother, who studied cello at the Royal Academy of music with Derek Simpson. Clementine Studied as a specialist musician at Wells Cathedral School, were she was principal cello in the Symphony Orchestra and Chamber Orchestra. She entered many competitions for Cello performance at a young age, never failing to receive 1st prize. During her time at Wells, Clementine was chosen to represent the school at The Victorian College of Arts, Melbourne, Australia, where she performed Elgar cello concerto. She was a member of the National Childrens Chamber Orchestra for two years and the National Childrens Orchestra for 5 years and appeared as leader and co-leader and was awarded a full scholarship to Trinity College of Music in 2004. Since moving to London in 2004 Clementine has worked with the National Children’s Orchestra, The Da Capo Foundation and the recipients of the Lewisham Film Initiative’s 2006 Production Fund. She has played in weddings and functions from a young age and also enjoys arranging and session work, and has arranged music by the number 1 hit band “The Feeling” for the National Music Awards.

Client Comment
The Cavey String Trio were great and helped make our wedding day very special! Thank you so much for all your help in arranging this for us.”
– Best wishes, Anna

Repertoire List
24th Prelude (Bach)
A Musical Joke, Rondo (Mozart)
Air from water music in F (Handel)
Air on the G String (Bach)
All You need is Love (J.Lennon and P.McCartney)
Alleluja from Exultate jubilate (Mozart)
And I love Her (P. McCartney and J. Lennon)
Andante from Piano Concerto No. 21 (Mozart
Arioso (Bach)
Ave Maria (Schubert)
Barber of Seville Overture (Rossini)
Bobby Shaftoe (Traditional)
Bouree from water music in F (Handel)
Canon (Pachelbel)
Cha Cha (M.Rosp)
Entrance of the Queen of Sheebe (Handel)
Fiesta (R.Harris)
Flower Duet (Delibes)
Here there and Everywhere (Beatles)
Hornpipe from water music in D (Handel)
Hornpipe from water music in F (Handel)
I Know Him So Well (Tim Rice)
Inchworm ( Franck Loesser)
It Had To Be You (Frank Sonatra)
I’ve got You Under My Skin (Porter)
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desirng (Bach)
Largo from the Four Seasons (Vivaldi)
La Rejouissance from the Royal Fireworks music (Handel)
Maple Leaf Rag (Scott Joplin)
Mexican Hat Dance (Mexican Folk Tune)
Minuetto and Trio (Schubert)
Morning (Grieg)
My Bonnie (Traditional)
My Favourite Things-Sound of Music (Richard Rogers and Oscar Hammerstein)
Nice and easy-Skeletons swing (Brian Bonsor)
Ode to Joy (Beethoven)
Ofeo’s Aria (Gluck)
Panis Angelicus (Franck)
Pavane (Faure)
Rondeau (Mouret)
Rondo Alla Turca (Mozart)
Scenes from the four Seasons (Vivaldi)
Sheep may safely graze (Bach)
Signed, Sealed, Delivered (Stevie Wonder)
Sleeping Beauty (Tchaikovsky)
Solace (Scott Joplin)
Somewhere Over the Rainbow (Harold Arlen)
Summertime (Gershwin)
Sunrise, Sunset (Jerry Bock)
The Fives
The Golden Sonata (Purcell)
Traumeri (Schumann)
Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
Trumpet Voluntary (Clarke)
Wachet Auf (Bach)
Walking in The Air (Howard Blake)
Wedding March (Mendelssohn)
Wedding March ( Wagner)
What a Wonderful World
What Shall We Do With The Drunken Sailor (Traditional Sea Shanty)
Where is Love from Oliver (Lional Bart)

4 Reviews

  1. Hi there,

    I’ve just been listening to your music – you sound wonderful!

    We are having a masquerade Christmas dinner at the Andaz Hotel in Central London on December 21st.

    We were hoping to have some blindfolded musicians ( possibly dressed up) playing throughout the meal.

    Would the three of you be available and how much would you charge for 3hrs?

  2. Thank you for your enquiry regarding the Cavey String Trio, the ensemble generally cost £480.00 to hire for a non bespoke booking anywhere within Greater London and the Home Counties. There can be an additional fee for transport if it is outside the M25 as the musicians are based in and around Central London.

  3. Hi, we are getting married very soon (eeekkk) and I have decided that we need music to add something special to the civil ceremony. It is at 3.30pm on Fri 20th July 2012. Are you available and what is the cost?

    Many thanks

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