String Fever

Hailed for its incredible versatility, String Fever performed through the US in a wide variety of venues, from an eight-month run at one of New York City’s top jazz clubs to a series of concerts for 8,500 Atlanta schoolchildren. String Fever was featured on two of Billy Joel’s albums, Nylon Curtain and Innocent Man, collaborated with vocalist Mel Tormé and tap dance great Honi Coles, and appeared as featured soloists with the Colorado Symphony, the Eugene Symphony and the National Symphony Orchestras. Collectively, the members of String Fever hold degrees from The Juilliard, Eastman, Manhattan Schools of Music, Yale University, Indiana University, and Oberlin Conservatory. As individuals, the group was composed of some of the most sought-after musicians on the New York scene, performing regularly with the New York Philharmonic, New York City Opera and New York City Ballet Orchestras, the American Symphony Orchestra, American Composers Orchestra, and featured in numerous Broadway shows and commercial recordings.