Someone to watch over me

One year ago, I attended a grand showcase concert in a posh London hotel, where my aunt’s string quartet – The Pavao Quartet – performed well enough to win a recording contract with a brand new record label. Their music comprises mostly of unique arrangements of classic tracks: pop, jazz, classical, and more.

Earlier this month, I attended the release party for their debut album, in a swanky London private nightclub. The group have already enjoyed 2 weeks at the top of the Amazon UK Hot 20 Pre-release Classical Albums chart, and have seen plenty of press attention (BBC Radio interviews, local news coverage, etc).

Their debut album titled Someone to watch over me is released today and is available in the usual large music stores. Some info and samples can be found here.

Track list

  1. Fascinating rhythm
  2. Can’t help lovin’ dat man
  3. Slap that bass
  4. What a wonderful world
  5. Let’s call the whole thing off
  6. A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square
  7. The way you look tonight
  8. Embracable you
  9. They all laughed (at Christopher Columbus)
  10. They can’t take that away from me
  11. It don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that swing
  12. Singin’ in the rain
  13. There’s no business like show business
  14. Someone to watch over me
  15. Cheek to cheek
  16. That’s entertainment

2 Responses to “Someone to watch over me”

  1. dsd’s weblog » Blog Archive » A Christmas Collection Says:

    [...] the success of Someone to watch over me, The Pavao String Quartet have released 2 new albums as of today. Kerenza, the lead violinist, is a [...]

  2. dsd’s weblog » Blog Archive » Dreaming Says:

    [...] new album, Dreaming, is similar to their 2006 debut album Someone to watch over me – a mix of well-known songs with some classical tracks too, all uniquely arranged for the [...]

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