WORLD’S MOST ENTERTAINING ELECTRIC QUARTET
“Their combination of Music and Comedy is so potent!”
Coming from a family of musicians it was always likely that the Broadbent boys were going to follow their fathers into the music profession. Giles and Ralph studied at the Royal Academy of Music and Graham at the Royal College. Giles went on to lead orchestras for several West End shows, such as Sunset Boulevard, Phantom of the Opera and My Fair Lady. Youngest brother Neal was due to study at the Guildhall School of Music but was kidnapped by his brothers to become cellist in their new group – Stringfever!
Back from their 17th tour of the USA, Stringfever recently gave debut performances at the Opera House in Mumbai, India and the Bejing Music Festival, China.
Since their debut in 2003 they have played to standing ovations in hundreds of cities in more than 30 countries. In 2006 their video of Bolero with all four of them playing on one cello at the same time received over a million hits on YouTube. This piece continues to wow audiences of all ages at their live shows.
Stringfever have performed on BBC Radio 2’s Friday Night is Music Night and were the house band for ITV’s That’s what I call Television hosted by Fern Britton.
“There was no way I was gonna miss Stringfever’s gig – you don’t see a band like this every day”
– RECORD PRODUCER – TONY VISCONTI