Los Angeles, CA
Make your occasion memorable with Los Angeles wedding Musicians!
The Music You Know and Love
Highly Experienced Musicians
Innocenti Strings music ensembles include some of the most trusted and well-respected live musicians in the Los Angeles area. Beyond that, our mission is to make the whole experience as easy and enjoyable as possible for you, so we’ll help you with everything from choosing your ensemble to selecting your music to setting everything up on the day of your event.
Where We’ll Travel
Looking to hire a string quartet for your event? You’ve come to the right place!
Our music ensembles are based locally, so our musicians know and love Los Angeles as much as you do. As a city with a lively music scene and people who are all about having a good time, we know how to set the tone to make sure you and your guests have the best experience possible. In fact, clients have rated us as “excellent” 99% of the time—something we’re incredibly proud of. Whether your event is in the city or the suburbs, we’d love to be part of your milestone moment. We’ve been thrilled to play in venues all throughout the Los Angeles area.
Whether you’re looking for the songs you love to sing along to or the ones you’ve always dreamed of walking down the aisle to, we can play them all! With an extensive, genre-spanning music library, we can perform everything from modern pop hits to classical favorites.
Wondering how far we’ll travel? If the destination is less than 25 miles away from downtown Los Angeles (as determined by Google Maps), it will be free. For destinations 25+ miles away, there will be a small fee per musician.
Though typically the farthest we’ll travel is 2-3 hours each way in a day, we have an incredible network of musicians in cities across the country, so we can help connect you with one of our ensembles that’s closest to you.
Planning a Los Angeles wedding?
We’d be honored to be part of your big day! We can also play for any and every kind of special event, including anniversaries, birthday parties, corporate functions, holiday gatherings, and bar and bat mitzvahs. See our Wedding and Special Events pages to learn more.
Since arriving in the United States in 1996, violinist Anna Kostyuchek has established herself as an important contributor to musical life in Los Angeles, performing with such legends as Stevie Wonder, Burt Bacharach and Tony Bennett, appearing in Elton John's music video "The Heart of Every Girl," and playing in the orchestra for American Idol in 2008. Anna has been a member of the Stuttgart Festival Ensemble in Germany for four consecutive years, where she plays under world-renowned conductor Helmuth Rilling. She has also played for Michael Tilson Thomas Justus Frantz, David Newman and John Williams. Anna has just returned from a tour of Holland, Germany, Sicily and the Canary Islands with Philharmonie der Nationen. Here in Los Angeles, Anna is a member of the Riverside Philharmonic, as well as the Los Angeles Master Chorale and Santa Cecilia orchestras. She has also performed with the Pasadena Symphony and Pasadena Pops Orchestra, as well as with the Operetta Foundation, Center Stage Opera and Long Beach Opera.
Alan Busteed studied at the Manhattan School of Music in New York and completed graduate work at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst. He has served as a guest principal with the San Diego Chamber Orchestra and the Asian-American Philharmonic of Los Angeles. His viola credits extend to performances with the San Diego, Fort Worth, Long Beach and Redlands Symphonies, the Fresno Philharmonic, the St. Matthews Chamber Orchestra of Los Angeles and with the Desert Symphony in Palm Springs. As a recording artist he has collaborated with several Oscar winning composers for film music. His ongoing list of television credits at Capitol Records in Los Angeles includes viola work on scores for the shows Boston Legal, Fringe, Under Covers, Brothers and Sisters, and Grey’s Anatomy.
Mary Anne Steinbrenner
Mary Anne Steinbrenner is a member of the Blackbird Trio, with Nancy Roth on violin and her husband, the distinguished composer and pianist Alan Steinberger. They have performed and recorded throughout greater Los Angeles to acclaim. Mary Anne Steinberger is active as a cellist in the television and film industry, with credits including The Cat In The Hat, Matrix Reloaded, Fantasia 2000, King Of The Hill, Futurama, The Simpsons, and solo cello on A Walk To Remember.Ms. Steinberger serves a principal cellist in the Downey Symphony, with whom she recently soloed on the Brahms Double Concerto, and has also appeared in concert with the Pasadena, Pacific, New West, and Long Beach Symphonies, L.A. Baroque Orchestra, and in recital with the Blackbird Trio.
Nancy Roth holds a Doctorate from USC in Musical Arts and earned a Master's Degree from Juilliard. She is concertmaster and frequent soloist with the Culver City Symphony and serves as principal second violinist of the Chamber Orchestra of the South Bay. She has performed to acclaim as violin soloist with numerous regional orchestras around Los Angeles. Nancy is a member of the Pasadena Symphony. She has been a member of the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, was co-principal violist of the Graz Philharmonic in Austria, and played concertmaster for many years with the San Fernando Valley Symphony. Her solo and chamber music recitals have been performed in the United States, Mexico and Austria, and she has recorded for radio broadcasts by KUSC, KFAC and the Austrian Rundfunk. She is a member of the String Family Players and the Blackbird Trio. Dr. Roth records for films and television. Film projects include A Beautiful Mind, Death to Smoochy, The Affair of the Necklace, Windtalkers, Bandits, Dr. Dolittle 2, Swordfish, Exit Wounds and The Glass House. Her TV work can be heard in “King of the Hill,” “Family Guy,” and “West Wing.”
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Innocenti Strings are LEGITIMATE! When it came time for the real deal they absolutely delivered.
The fact that they can perform all these crazy pop/rock tunes at cocktail hour put things over the top.
I highly recommend them!"