Few Tickets Remain for Well-Strung Concert July 25th
Concertgoers who don’t want to miss the all-male singing string quartet Well-Strung had better get their tickets soon. Interest in the group, who has performed to sold-out audiences two years in a row, is high and tickets may not be available at the door. Well-Strung will perform at the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center Saturday, July 25, at 8 p.m. The concert is one of the events produced by CAMP Rehoboth this year to celebrate their 25th Anniversary. CAMP Rehoboth is an organization that provides services to the LGBT community and promotes a culture of inclusion in Rehoboth Beach. Tickets are in limited supply with only $50 and $75 tickets remaining. They can be purchased at CAMP Rehoboth (37 Baltimore Avenue) during office hours or on the CAMP Rehoboth website.
The musicians, who are accomplished classical artists with a sense of flair (and humor), are returning to Rehoboth with an all-new show: Summer Lovin’ directed by Richard Jay-Alexander. The group puts their own spin on Mozart and Vivaldi, but also takes on Rihanna, Adele, Lady Gaga, and other contemporary artists.
Jennifer Rubenstein, a resident of Rehoboth Beach, saw them last year. “Well-Strung is thoroughly enjoyable,” she says. “We were riveted from the moment they started playing classical and seamlessly transitioned to pop, all the way through to the standing ovation. What a night!” Stephen Manos, one of the show’s presenting sponsors, adds: “Well-Strung puts on an amazing show! The clever way that they mash up classical and popular music is brilliant!” Video clips from some of the group’s performances can be viewed online: well-strung.com/video.asp.
Well-Strung consists of first violinist Edmund Bagnell, second violinist Christopher Marchant, cellist Daniel Shevlin, and violist Trevor Wadleigh. The quartet was formed by producer/co-writer/manager Mark Cortale and Christopher Marchant. Individually and as a group, they have played concerts around the world, and have theater credits in addition to their impressive musical accomplishments. Well-Strung has been featured in a wide variety of newspapers and magazines and has appeared on television news programs and the Today show.
The presenting sponsors for this year’s show are CAMP Rehoboth Community Center, Stephen Manos, and Midway Fitness and Racquetball. The sponsors for the show are Emilie Paternoster & Monica Parr in memory of Charlie Lee, Horst Boehlendorf (Horst’s Consulting Services, Inc.), Keith and John Riley-Spillane, MissMar, and the Breakers Hotel & Suites.
CAMP Rehoboth is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that provides a wide range of community services, programs, and events in the Rehoboth Beach area.