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Washington DC


Make your occasion memorable with DC/Baltimore wedding Musicians!

Looking to hire a string quartet for your event? You’ve come to the right place!

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Our music ensembles are based locally, so our musicians know and love DC and Baltimore as much as you do. As cities with lively, diverse music scenes 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 DC and Baltimore, such as the House of Sweden in Georgetown, Cedar Knoll Restaurant in Alexandria, VA, and The Castle at Maryvale  in Brooklandville, MD, to name a few. Planning something a little farther away? From Gaithersburg to Annaoplis to Fredericksburg, we’d be delighted to be part of your wedding or special occasion in the surrounding DC and Baltimore metro areas.

The Music You Know and Love

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.

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Highly Experienced Musicians

Innocenti Strings music ensembles include some of the most trusted and well-respected live musicians in the Dallas 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

Wondering how far we’ll travel? If the destination is less than 25 miles away from downtown Dallas (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 DC/Baltimore 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.


Hear From Our Clients

“SO MUCH gratitude to Innocenti Strings for their communication and incredible talent! I had a string quartet and it was a dream come true! They were so kind and easy to work with! They were the least stressful part of the wedding planning BY FAR. Book them now! You will not be disappointed!! Thank y'all again!:)”

- Reviewed in 2023 by Sarah LeBouef


“We had Innocenti Strings play our wedding and they were awesome! The musicians were super friendly, easy going, and adaptable to the situation/schedule as needed. They played some songs that we specifically chose mixed in some other songs at their discretion to fill in and it all came out wonderfully well. These guys are top notch!”

- Reviewed in 2023 by Roger Proffit 


“Innocenti Strings was an absolute dream to work with. Highly responsive, helpful and the music absolutely top notch. They provided music for our wedding ceremony and I cannot wait to find a reason to book them again!”

- Reviewed in 2023 by Emily Smyers


"Beautiful, reliable, and excellent at their job. Was the perfect addition for my wedding and was sooo happy with this company! HIGHLY recommend."
- Reviewed in 2023 by Caterina Azzarello



Avner Finberg


Dr. Avner Finberg is an Israeli-American violinist and composer. He teaches traditional and Suzuki violin and viola, composition, and music theory. He enjoys teaching young beginners who are learning an instrument for the first time, as well as advanced students who are performing concertos and preparing for All-State exams. He studied violin at Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance with Hagai Shaham and Roi Shiloach (B. Mus). He then completed his musical education in New York City at The Mannes Conservatory (M.Mus) and Manhattan School of Music, where he earned his doctorate (DMA) in 2015. He has been teaching violin and viola for over a decade, and many of his students have made their way from beginners to advanced books through the Suzuki repertoire, with some auditioning and advanced to All-State Orchestras. 

As an orchestra musician, he performed with the Israel Philharmonic, Fairfax Symphony, Annapolis Symphony, the Schleswig-Holstein Music Festival Orchestra (Germany), The Binghamton Philharmonic, The Orchestra of the Southern Finger Lakes (for whom he also composed The Miracle of Hanukkah for choir and orchestra), and The Tel-Aviv Soloists Ensemble. Avner is in demand for performing chamber music and premiering works by living composers. He performed at The Jerusalem Music Center (Jerusalem, Israel), Cornell University, ORF Radio Tirol (Innsbruck, Austria), Spectrum NYC, and a special performance of Stravinsky's A Soldier's Tale at The Rockwell Museum.

Avner is an established composer of contemporary classical music and has written music for symphony orchestras, choirs, solo instruments, chamber ensembles, dance, and two operas to date. He taught music theory and ear training at the Manhattan School of Music and Syracuse. Those interested in composition and music theory lessons can find more information at


Sarah Park


Sarah is an active professional orchestra and chamber musician. In 2014, she won the grand prize of the Adrian Boyer Concerto Competition with her performance of the Mozart Violin Concerto No.5 in A Major, K. 219. Sarah is an alumna of the Civic Orchestra of Chicago and has been active in the orchestra scene including the Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra, Fairfax Symphony Orchestra, and Alexandria Symphony Orchestra. Her recent performances have been showcased in venues such as the Kennedy Center and numerous embassies in Washington D.C. Sarah has a private violin studio in Fairfax where she teaches a wide spectrum of curricula including the Suzuki School, orchestral repertory, and elective genres including but not limited to modern, classic pop, fiddle, and rock.

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Kimia Hesbi


Dr. Kimia Hesabi is a D.C.-based violist, educator, composer, and the Co-Director of Learning and Engagement at the National Philharmonic. A versatile and multi-faceted artist and creator, Hesabi’s work and self-initiated projects are centered around artistic, educational, and social impact. Passionate about the music and culture of her home country, Iran, Kimia has recorded and published her debut album entitled Nemāno Gaona, featuring commissioned works for viola by composers of the Iranian Diaspora. For more please visit

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Johnny Walker, Jr


Johnny Walker, Jr is a professional cellist from the Washington, DC metropolitan area. He received his Bachelor of Arts in Music Performance from the University of Maryland Baltimore
County. After graduating, Johnny has performed and collaborated with Larry Graham and Graham Central Station, Esperanza Spalding, the Lancaster, Mid-Atlantic, Soulful, and McLean
Symphonies, the Baltimore Boom Bap Society, Jessie Reyez, Snoh Aalegra, the Matt Jones Orchestra, the Eagles, Vanessa Williams, Joshua Bell, and Yo-Yo Ma.

Johnny performs with the Go-Go Symphony and the DC Strings Workshop. He is also a freelancer in Washington, D.C. and abroad. His primary cello teachers have been Élise Sharp, Gunnery Sergeant Denna Purdie (Ret.), Gita Ladd, and Dr. Andrea Yun. He participated in masterclasses held by Carlos Prieto, Norman Fischer, Cecylia Barczyk, Emanuel Gruber, Richard Belcher, and Claude Hauri of Trio des Alpes.



A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
All Of Me - John Legend
Bohemian Rhapsody - QUEEN


Air on G String - Bach
Alleluia from Exultate Jubilate - Mozart
Brandenburg - Bach

The rest of our audio samples can be found here.



"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!"

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Looking for recommendations for your big event? Here are a few wedding planners and venues in the DC and Baltimore area:

Event Planners

  • A. Dominick Events

  • Anchor and Lace

  • Caroline Dutton Events

  • Charming Grace Events

  • Kelley Cannon Events

  • Little Black Book Events

  • Event Design Group

  • MJM Events & Staffing LLC

  • The One Moment Events

  • Stephanie Bradshaw

  • Sara Reynolds Events

  • Rachel Kendall Events


  • House of Sweden

  • Cedar Knoll Restaurant

  • Sweeney Barn

  • The Loft at Dacha Beer Garden

  • The Capitol View at 400

  • Renwick Gallery

  • Mansion on O Street

  • Penthouse Pool Club

  • District Winery

  • 2941 Restaurant

  • Top of the Town

  • Sequoia

  • Woodend Sanctuary & Mansion

  • The Whittemore House

  • Blackwall Hitch

  • Rock Creek Mansion

  • Columbus Club of Arlington

  • DACOR Bacon House

  • Friends Meeting of Washington

  • Manor Country Club

  • Madigan's Waterfront

  • Whitehall Farm

  • Foxchase Manor

  • Bretton Woods Recreation Center

  • The Winery at Bull Run

  • Herrington on the Bay

  • Clyde's Willow Creek Farm

  • Tusculum Farm

  • Bella Vita Farm

  • Rose Hill Manor

  • Birkby House

  • The Mansion at Valley Country Club

  • Overhills Mansion

  • Belvedere & Co. Events

  • Baltimore Museum of Industry

  • Turf Valley Resort

  • Antrim 1844

  • 1840s Plaza

  • Bohemia Overlook

  • Vandiver Inn

  • Celebrations at The Bay

  • The Lodges at Gettysburg

  • The Booking House

  • Riverdale Manor

  • Gramercy Mansion

  • Spring Hill Manor

  • The Tidewater Inn

  • Royal Sonesta Harbor Court

  • Tabrizi’s

  • The Center Club

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