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Tuesday, December 18, 2018
By Dallas String Quartet
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Hey everyone!  We’re excited to start a new project here to create somewhat of a musicians’ hub.  Starting today, we want to highlight specific artists or groups that you may have not heard of, and dissect and analyze different aspects of it.  The goal of this is to create an open discussion and a medium in which musicians to share and grow together.  We want to make a collaborative space online where we can experiment and delve into new areas of music.  This blog won’t be limited to this, we are excited to simply begin a project to foster collaboration and experimentation.  
 
Today’s spotlight is MuteMath, an alternative rock group that originated in New Orleans in 2002.  Currently, the group consists of Paul Meany who is the vocalist and keys player.  Here is a video that we discovered recently called ‘Everything’s New’. 
 
 
 
Check out that lick at 1:25.  In this video, we see Meany singing and playing the keys, drums, and bass.  
 
Let us know what you guys think.  We’d love to hear back from you.

 

 
Thursday, November 12, 2015
By Elizabeth Johnston
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Attention brides!

Dallas String Quartet will be featured in the Spring/Summer edition of The Knot Magazin Texas. Make sure to pick up your copy when it hits the stands November 23, 2015.

Dallas String Quartet has played many weddings over the years and loves working with brides and their families on one of the most important days of their lives. We offer many options for brides including our Classical Quartet, Electric Quartet, and the DSQ Electric Band (be on the lookout for a future post about the differnce between these options) as well as other various soloists and ensembles. We can play your ceremony only or offer you a package that includes a cocktail hour and/or reception. 

Interested in booking DSQ for your wedding? Check out our weddings page at www.dallasstringquartet.com or email us at booking@dallasstringquartet.com.  


 

 
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