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Atlanta

Originally founded in Chicago,Innocenti Strings has now expanded to

over 30 major cities in the U.S, including Atlanta! We have performed music for hundreds of events throughout this time, receiving several awards. If you need an energetic, professional and easy to work ensemble to perform your favorite music, Innocenti Strings is the right group for you!

Audio Samples

 

A Thousand Years - Christina Perri 

Halo - Beyonce

Bridal Chorus  from Lohengrin - Wagner

The rest of our audio samples can be found here!

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Innocenti Strings are LEGITIMATE! Very easy to deal with and prompt with feedback. The samples on their site helped a ton, and when it came time for the real deal they absolutely delivered. There simply is no substitute for the real deal when it comes to strings and the ambiance they provide for something like a wedding ceremony. And then the fact that they can perform all these crazy pop / rock tunes at cocktail hour put things over the top. I highly recommend them!"

—  Matt Doughery

WHAT PEOPLE SAY

"Innocenti Strings are LEGITIMATE! Very easy to deal with and prompt with feedback. The samples on their site helped a ton, and when it came time for the real deal they absolutely delivered. There simply is no substitute for the real deal when it comes to strings and the ambiance they provide for something like a wedding ceremony. And then the fact that they can perform all these crazy pop / rock tunes at cocktail hour put things over the top. I highly recommend them!"

—  Matt Doughery

Daniel Holloway

Cellist

​There he was afforded the opportunity to study cello with professor Andre Gaskins, a former assistant to the famed Janos Starker. During his college studies in Columbus, Daniel enjoyed teaching private lessons as well as playing cello in the Columbus, LaGrange, Albany, and Macon Symphony Orchestras. He also attended the Brevard Music Center in Brevard, North Carolina for two summers. 

After receiving his Bachelor's degree in Music Performance from CSU, he went on to pursue his Master’s degree at Southern Methodist University’s Meadows School of the Arts in Dallas, TX where he studied cello under the world-renowned cellist, Andres Diaz. During his time in Dallas, he enjoyed much success freelancing in the area and teaching private cello lessons through Plano Independent School District. Presently, Mr. Holloway resides in Woodstock, GA. He performs regularly as a member of the Columbus Symphony Orchestra, LaGrange Symphony Orchestra, Columbus Ballet, and Macon Symphony Orchestra and teaches cello lessons throughout the metro Atlanta area. 

Tracy Woodard

Violinist

Ms. Woodard received an MM in performance at University of Georgia and a BM in performance at Georgia State University. Her principal instructors were Raymond Leung, Valerie Gardner, and Levon Ambartsumian.

Ms. Woodard is a full-time member of the Macon and Ocmulgee Symphonies, and has performed in the Huntsville, Rome Opera, Gainesville, LaGrange, and Valdosta symphonies. Samples of her solo recordings can be found here. She currently teaches violin at the Cambridge Academy in Atlanta. 

Mary McCoy

Violist

Born in Buenos Aires, Ms. McCoy received her music degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. She is a nationally board-certified orchestra director, specializing in elementary-level instruction. She performs on violin and viola in several regional Georgia orchestras, including Macon Symphony Orchestra, Gainesville Symphony Orchestra, Rome Symphony Orchestra, Ocmulgee Symphony Orchestra, and St. Cecilia Consort (a Baroque period music ensemble). She was officially introduced to tango as music, dance, and lifestyle in Atlanta more than two years ago. She also freelances locally performing for weddings and private functions. Born in Buenos Aires, Ms. McCoy received her music degree from Loyola University in New Orleans. She is a nationally board-certified orchestra director, specializing in elementary-level instruction. She performs on violin and viola in several regional Georgia orchestras, including Macon Symphony Orchestra, Gainesville Symphony Orchestra, Rome Symphony Orchestra, Ocmulgee Symphony Orchestra, and St. Cecilia Consort (a Baroque period music ensemble). She was officially introduced to tango as music, dance, and lifestyle in Atlanta more than two years ago. She also freelances locally performing for weddings and private functions. 

Grace Song Parson

Violinist

race received her Bachelor in Music  degree from Georgia State University. Since then, She has performed with various Orchestra in the Atlanta Area. She is Also the Orchestra Director of Mount Pisgah Symphony Orchestra. she acted as the concertmaster of the Georgia State U Orchestra in 2004. She has since performed with the Gainesville and Valdosta Symphonies. She teaches in Gwinnett and Fulton County schools since 2005. ​

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