Huffignton Post has a profile of hot singing string quartet Well-Strung, who seek to “blur the line between high and low art.”
An evening with Well-Strung is anything but typical. Along with second violinist Chris Marchant, first violinist Edmund Bagnell, violist Trevor Wadleigh and cellist Daniel Shevlin tear through a set list that includes Mozart and Dvořák compositions alongside string arrangements of recent pop hits by Adele, Britney Spears and Ke$ha, during which the boys provide vocals. In addition, each of the handsome stars offers up winking anecdotes of growing up gay in between numbers, lending much of the act the breezy feel of cabaret with a hint of vaudeville.
You can learn more about them at their website, and below you can see them work their magic on “Your Love is My Drug.”