J&K Strings is a violin/cello duo serving the NEPA area. We started playing together over 15 years ago - ever since we were budding string players in middle school. Now, as professionals, we've taken on playing weddings and other special events. We are versatile musicians who enjoy leaving the "classical comfort zone" and playing different styles of music. Most of our weddings are played together as a duet, but we can also add more players to the mix to create a trio or quartet if you're interested!
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John and Katie were the best!!
A breath of fresh air
They showed up early and made our ceremony and cocktail hour so enjoyable! Guests are still complimenting them.
Wedding August 2023
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Johnathon graduated from Marywood University in 2011 with a Bachelor's Degree in Music Performance. He has performed with the Marywood University Orchestra, the Wyoming Seminary Civic Orchestra, and the Northern Tier Symphony Orchestra. Johnathon has also performed as a soloist and as a section player in various ensembles in the NEPA area. When not performing, Johnathon spends time teaching private lessons in his home in Moosic.
Katie earned her Bachelor's Degree in Music Education from Marywood University in 2012. Since then, she has been a very active music instructor and performer. Katies is currently employed as a Music Educator in the North Pocono School District, teaching fourth and fifth graders about different instruments and musical styles. Katie also teaches private lessons at her home in Clarks Summit.