Steel Town Strings is the first all-girl cello quartet in Pittsburgh featuring teenage cellists Helayna Baer, Teresa Gates, Maddie Whitewolf, and Maya Winter. Steel Town performers share a love of both classical and alternative styles of music. Steel Town Strings have performed at the Pittsburgh Cello Fest, in the lobby of Carnegie Music Hall, and have performed on stage at Bloomfield Little Italy Days. STS were selected to perform at the Andy Warhol Museum for the 2018 "Youth Invasion: Stay Woke". Steel Town Strings has performed at local churches and schools, for private events, and enjoy busking throughout the Pittsburgh area. In collaboration with the band, Cello Fury, STS is featured on WQED's "Sweater Sessions" in celebration of the 50th anniversary of Mister Rogers Neighborhood, where Pittsburgh area musicians perform their original version of, "Won't You Be My Neighbor." The "Sweater Sessions" video reached over 226,000 views when shared nationally by PBS. When they are not performing with Steel Town Strings, the quartet stays active in local youth orchestras and sports teams. The group was formed and is coached by Nicole Myers of Cello Fury.