St. Louis, MO
Our St. Louis musicians have delighted guests again and again, and clients rate us as "EXCELLENT" over 99% of the time.
If you need an energetic, professional and easy to work with ensemble to perform your favorite music, then Innocenti Strings is the right group for you.
Plan your Music
We are here full-time to help you select your music and make your event elegant and enjoyable. We are constantly updating our music library with the latest hit songs so that you can impress your guests. Once you book with us, our local St Louis based music leader will be in contact with you to finalize all the details before your important occasion.
Book with Confidence
We have performed music for hundreds of events over the years, receiving several awards, establishing Innocenti Strings as the St. Louis ensemble for live entertainment.
Locally-sourced, conservatory-raised, and free to play with other ensembles, our musicians perform the highest quality music anywhere they are located. They use instruments made out of cherished wood and often play acoustically without the need of an external power source which would make them one of the most environmentally friendly service providers at your event.
We are currently in the process of holding auditions. If you are a professional string player and are interested in joining Innocenti Strings, please email email@example.com for more information.
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Violinist and violist Matt Pickart is an avid freelancer in the Pittsburgh area. He currently plays as principal viola in the Johnstown Symphony Orchestra and has also performed with Wheeling Symphony, Erie Philharmonic, Quantum Theatre, Latshaw Pops Orchestra, Altoona Symphony, Children’s Festival Chorus, and the Bach Choir on violin and viola. He is a founding member of Cinquefoil Ensemble, ensemble in residence at First Lutheran Church of Pittsburgh. 2011, marks his first season as the new violist of Alia Musica, one of Pittsburgh’s premier new music ensembles. He also plays violin for the band Mother Sun. Outside of Pittsburgh, Matt has performed at the Kennedy Center, the Duomo in Florence, recital halls in Germany and the Netherlands, on tour with Barry Manilow in Canada, and has had a recording of his aired on National Russian Radio.
Matt completed his Master’s of Music Degree at Duquesne University in 2010 under the tutelage of world-renowned violinist and pedagogue Sidney Harth, former concertmaster of Chicago, Los Angeles, and Louisville Symphony Orchestras and New York Philharmonic. While at Duquesne, Matt served as co-concertmaster and principal second violin of the Duquesne Symphony Orchestra and as first violinist of the graduate string quartet on a full graduate assistantship. In the fall of 2009, he was selected as one of the winners of the school concerto competition and performed Zigeunerweisen with the Duquesne University Symphony Orchestra that December. In his last year at Duquesne, he was chosen as a founding member of the new music ensemble, Accidental Collective.
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!"