I shall restrict my comments to V1 and V2 as they are very similar.
V1 you've timed very well s all the musicians bar one are in mid air, and even the guy that isn't is almost there.
In V2 all their faces are obscured by their bows - neat timing as the bows are across an eye, and as such (apart from a humerous element) it isn't successful because it's not as clean a shot as V1. If it were me I'd have deleted it as a 'not quite' image but you may have different priorities!
All the performers appear sharp (at this size anyway). I'm not so concerned about the shutter speed but with such a wide aperture you risk some of them falling outside the depth of field, especially when shooting at an angle.
Given there are some areas with lack of detail (notably the hair and shirt sleeve) you could have shot at f/5.6 which would result in retention of highlight detail and ensured reasonable depth of field to cover the performers. Not that dof appears an issue here, but useful for future reference.
I like the two people looking in from the left, but it would be worth reducing the prominence of that small piece of red intruding into the frame, or carefully clone it out. Cropping would place the woman right on the edge which would spoil her the look. Alternatively you could have gone for a cleaner shot of the performers if you could have moved around to your left a touch but that would have been a different take on this.
That may all sound negative, it's not meant to, V1 has captured the moment well and I like it.