String Musicians
Private Concert
3-HOUR package
FROM $5,500
"It was a pleasure working and meeting with Jennen and his associates. Correspondence was plentiful which made scheduling an ease. I would recommend ProMusicians for your event. Extremely professional, magical sounds and friendly, happy people to deal with. Thank you again."
East Brighton VIC.
Have a favourite song or two? Or ten? You can choose the entire programme!

We can rehearse at your venue prior to the performance.

This is an open rehearsal, so you and your guests can experience our rehearsal process.

Take as many videos and photos of us during our rehearsal and performance – just share them with us later.

During the Q&A session, invite your guests to ask us the most intimate questions about our profession.

Our only requirements are four armless chairs, adequate reading light and 2.5m x 2.5m of performance space.
With the devastating health and economic effects of COVID-19, large-scale live concerts and performances around Australia and the world may not be possible for many months or even years.

For decades, Australia’s leading orchestra have relied on Government and private funding to survive. Ticket sales alone have never been sufficient to keep them afloat.
Such orchestras include the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra (MSO), Sydney Symphony Orchestra (SSO), Queensland Symphony Orchestra (QSO), Adelaide Symphony Orchestra (ASO), West Australian Symphony Orchestra (WASO), Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra (TSO), Canberra Symphony Orchestra (CSO), Opera Australia Orchestra, Orchestra Victoria (OV), Australian Chamber Orchestra (ACO) and the Melbourne Chamber Orchestra (MCO).

Even when concert venues finally reopen, strict measures will be implemented to enforce social distancing. This could result in as much as an 80% reduction in ticket sales.

To survive, venues and orchestra will have to implement some or all of the following:

·Increase ticket prices.
·Increase frequency of concerts and performances.
·Decrease wages and salaries of musicians and staff.

In addition, they will depend on an increase in Government funding and private sponsorship.

Without an increase in funding and reduction in expenses, it is probable that many full-time performing musicians will lose their jobs. 

There may only be enough funding and performance opportunities to employ them on a part-time or casual basis. Many musicians may be forced to find whatever work they can.
This is devastating for musicians, who commit to their dedicated training from a very young age.

Most professional musicians begin studying their instrument between the age of 3 and 6 years old.

Over their lifetime, they invest tens of thousands of hours in practice, study and performance, not to mention hundreds of thousands of dollars in study and on their instruments.

By hiring our musicians and string quartets, you are directly supporting us and the Arts.


Atheneum Chamber Music Award

ABC Young Performer of the Year Award

Australian Chamber Music Competition

Asia Pacific Chamber Music Competition

Hephzibah Menuhin Competition

Australian Concerto Competition

Australian National Piano Award

Fine Music Australia Young Performer Award

4MBS Musica Viva Sid Page Memorial Prize

Dorcus McClean Travelling Scholarship

Kendall National Violin Competition

Geelong Advertiser Music Competition

Musica Viva Grand Prize

Geoffrey Parsons Award

Melbourne Abroad Travelling Scholarship

Austral Salon Instrumental Competition

Mietta Song Recital Award – Best Pianist

Centenary Medal for Service to the Arts

Margaret Sutherland Bursary Award

Australia Council for the Arts Award

E.V Llewellyn Memorial Scholarship