The Lux String Quartet

The Lux String Quartet was formed in 2009 in London and has gained rapid critical acclaim. Featuring four talented graduates from music conservatoires in London, their sound is uniquely beautiful.

A combination of first-class musicianship, beautiful presentation and tailor-made repertoire for every occasion means that The Quartet can make any special event personal.

The Quartet has performed for a series of prestigious events and venues from The Madejski Stadium to The Dorchester Hotel. They have also featured in film and television, recording for the BBC and ITV.

They are also involved in charity work and have performed for Mind, Age Concern and Help For Heroes.

The Lux String Quartet has a very wide and varied repertoire, which is always increasing. They also offer bespoke arrangements of any specific piece of music you would like for your event to make it extra special.

They are available as a trio or duo if your location is more intimate and are happy to advise on the right ensemble for any occasion.

Lux – Set The Fire To The Third Bar

Lux- Frozen

Repertoire List

Baroque
Adagio – Albinoni
Air on the G String – Bach
Brandenburg Concerto no.3 – Bach
Jesu bleibet meine Freude – Bach
Concerto Grosso in G minor Op.6 No.8 – Corelli
Allegro I from Sonata Op.1 No.11 – Handel
Allegro II from Sonata Op.1 No.11 – Handel
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Hornpipe in D from The Water Music – Handel
Canon and Gigue – Pachelbel
Spring from The Four Seasons – Vivaldi

Classical
Adagio Cantabile from “Pathétique Sonata” – Beethoven
Minuet from Sonata Op.49, No.2 – Beethoven
String Quartet No.1 in F (movements 1& 2) – Beethoven
Andante from Oboe Concerto – Haydn
Serenade from String Quartet Op.3, No.5 – Haydn
Adagio in C – Mozart
Eine Kleine Nachtmusik – Mozart
Ständchen – Schubert
Moment Musicale – Schubert

Romantic
O Sole Mio – Eduardo di Capua
Flower Duet from “Lakmé” – Delibes
Humoresque – Dvořák
String Quartet No.12 in F, “American” (movement 2) – Dvořák
Sehnsüchtig – Mendelssohn
String Quartet No.4 in E minor – Mendelssohn
Wedding March – Mendelssohn
‘March’ from the Nutcracker Suite – Tchaikovsky
Waltz of the Flowers from the Nutcracker Suite – Tchaikovsky
The Skaters – Waldteufel
Bridal March – Wagner

20th century
Adiemus Variations (movements 1 & 3) – Karl Jenkins
Palladio – Karl Jenkins, arr. Beth Georgiou
St. Paul’s Suite – Holst
String Quartet in F – Ravel

Films and Shows
Portuguese Love Theme from “Love Actually” – Craig Armstrong
Goldfinger – John Barry, arr. Beth Georgiou
Beautiful Dreamer – Stephen Foster
Blackadder Theme – Howard Goodall
All Love Can Be – A Beautiful Mind – James Horner, arr. Beth Georgiou
And All That Jazz – John Kander, arr. Peter Sackett
Moon River from “Breakfast at Tiffany’s” – Henry Mancini
A Whole New World (Aladdin’s Theme) – Alan Menken
The James Bond Theme – Monty Norman
Anything Goes – Cole Porter, arr. Peter Sackett
Speak Softly Love from “The Godfather” – Nino Rota
Evenstar – Lord Of The Rings – Howard Shore, arr. Beth Georgiou
Lion Sleeps Tonight – The Tokens, arr. Peter Sackett
E.T. –Theme – John Williams
Schindler’s List – John Williams
Fawlty Towers Theme – Dennis Wilson
Cielito Lindo – Sebastian Yradier

Pop and Jazz
When I’m Sixty-Four – The Beatles
Yesterday – The Beatles
Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home? – Hughie Cannon
Clocks – Coldplay, arr. Beth Georgiou
I’m A Believer – Neil Diamond, arr. Peter Sackett
One Day Like This – Elbow, arr. Beth Georgiou
Only Time – Enya, arr. Beth Georgiou
Summertime – Gershwin, arr. Beth Georgiou
The Entertainer – Scott Joplin
Frozen – Madonna, arr. Beth Georgiou
I Want To Break Free – Queen, arr. Peter Sackett
Feeling Good – Nina Simone, arr. Beth Georgiou
Tainted Love – Soft Cell, arr. Beth Georgiou
Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol, arr. Beth Georgiou
Set The Fire To The Third Bar – Snow Patrol, arr. Beth Georgiou

Selection of Christmas Carols
Happy Birthday – arr. Beth Georgiou

1 Comment

  1. Hi,

    I wanted to enquire I was looking for a string quartet to perform for 10 -12 minutes on Monday night at a small recital for 80 people at which I am doing a small fashion show presentation. I have a very limited budget but was wondering if you might be able to help. We would have a rehearsal at 6pm and then the actual 10 – 12 minute performance is at approx 8.15pm.

    Thanks and best regards,
    Zaeem Jamal

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