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About VSQ

Vitamin String Quartet (VSQ) is a popular music series devoted to cutting-edge string renditions of rock and pop repertoire. Produced by CMH Label Group, an independent record company based in Los Angeles, VSQ features a rotating cast of top string players working with arrangers, producers, and other creatives on studio recordings, live performances, and online content. Since 1999, VSQ has sold millions of recordings, charted on Billboard, become a popular source of film and TV music, and amassed an incredible online following.


  • Over 785,000 monthly listeners on Spotify and 135,000 followers on Facebook
  • Over 4 million downloads and CD sales of over 1 million units
  • Billboard chartings with VSQ Performs Daft Punk’s Random Access Memories, VSQ Performs Lady Gaga, VSQ Performs Modern Rock Hits 2012, Vol.1, and Vitamin String Quartet Performs Weezer’s Pinkerton
  • TV appearances include MTV Unplugged: 30 Seconds to Mars and Gossip Girl
  • Music featured in hit shows American Idol, Reign, Modern Family, So You Think You Can Dance, House and The Vampire Diaries, and a national TV spot for Target’s Cartwheel campaign
  • Had two songs featured in Westworld and on that show’s massively successful soundtrack album
  • Featured artist at The Spotify House at SXSW 2014
"I’m a sucker for instrumental song covers (strings, especially) and have been known to tear up when I am particularly moved. This has been achieved by every song ever covered by the Vitamin String Quartet."
‐ Entertainment Weekly
"There's a fabulous quartet called the Vitamin String Quartet, and they do all of your favorite pop songs in a very chamber music, classical way"
‐ Michael Kors
"We’re obsessed with VSQ Performs Lady Gaga [...] by Vitamin String Quartet, a classical group known for rock and pop covers that don’t sound like they belong in an elevator. (Really!)"
‐ Brides Magazine
" certainly squelches the prejudice that anyone who picks up the violin is a stuffy, uptight snob."