eScala Musical Group
Escala have made their debut appearance in the album charts soaring direct to the second spot 1st June 2009
eScala Musical Group outstanding talent for playing classical music The quartet comprises four sophisticated, stunning and intelligent girls in their twenties. These artistic, enthusiastic and disciplined musicians studied at London’s most esteemed music colleges, becoming highly trained, professional classical performers.
ESCALA are violinists Victoria Lyon, aged 25, and Izzy Johnston, 25. Chantal Leverton, a viola player aged 26 and cellist Tasya Hodges, 26 complete the line up. The ladies are deadly serious about their music, playing both acoustic and electric instruments and bringing stylish high-octane showmanship to their performances. With their distinctive formula of fun and integrity, the girls believe their approach will win over many (in particular the young) to overcome prejudices about classical instruments.
eScala - Electric String Quartet
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Escala, the divine electric string quartet who caused a sensation in the final of ITV’s Britain’s Got Talent 2008, finally unleash their astonishing debut album. Fusing contemporary sounds with classical instruments, Escala boast the freshest and most innovative sound of the year. Featuring the "Chi Mai" theme by Ennio Morricone, Craig Armstrong’s haunting "Finding Beauty", Led Zeppelin’s "Kashmir", "Children", by the Swiss Italian DJ Robert Miles, "Live and Let Die" by Wings and Escala’s signature tune, "Palladio", the eclectic collection showcases the girls’ wide-ranging love of modern music. The album has been produced by iconic, Grammy Award-winning British musician Trevor Horn, famed for his work with Cher, Seal, Paul McCartney, Pet Shop Boys, Charlotte Church, Mike Oldfield and many others.
Escala are violinists Victoria Lyon and Izzy Johnston. Chantal Leverton, a viola player and cellist Tasya Hodges, complete the line up. The ladies are deadly serious about their music, playing both acoustic and electric instruments and bringing stylish high-octane showmanship to their performances.
the escala album should feature some classic tracks, including the 'Chi Mai' theme by Ennio Morricone, Craig Armstrong's haunting 'Finding Beauty', Led Zeppelin's 'Kashmir', 'Children', by the Swiss Italian DJ Robert Miles, Snow Patrol's 'Chasing Cars', 'Live and Let Die' by Wings and Escala's signature tune, 'Palladio'
played by Victoria Lyon - Violin, Izzy Johnston - Violin, Chantal Leverton - Viola, Tasya Hodges - Cello
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