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We are looking forward to playing for the Wedding of Stephanie and Christopher at the beautiful All Saint’s Church, Bristol where we will be accompanying the choir of Clifton Cathedral.
If you have musical guests coming to your wedding why not consider asking them to be involved in your special day? On a number of occasions we’ve accompanied singers and instrumentalists during a Wedding Service or Ceremony – please … Continue reading
‘What a difference a day makes’ is a great love song for a wedding – written by Stanley Adams, and popularized by Dinah Washington, who won a Grammy in 1959 for her performance of this song, we have a lovely arrangement, perfect as a stand alone … Continue reading
We are looking forward to being back at Coombe Lodge today for the Wedding Ceremony and Reception of Leysa and her fiancé.
When your guests arrive just before the start of your ceremony or service they often don’t know where to go or what to do …. live music creates a welcoming atmosphere and gives your guests something to look at, talk … Continue reading
As a string quartet, trio or duet we are a very ‘mobile’ group and are always happy to move within and between venues on your wedding day. We are happy to play almost anywhere (!) so be adventurous when you … Continue reading
My Wedding Music Piece of the Week simply has to be Happy by Pharrell Williams – we’ve just been asked to play it as a bride and groom exit their ceremony, so we’ve been enjoying arranging this catchy tune! … Continue reading
Chances are you will have guests of all ages and with very diverse musical tastes at your wedding. We have always played from an extensive repertoire of musical allsorts: Bach to the Beatles, Mozart to Musicals, Romantic to Ragtime, Pachelbel … Continue reading
Music can really make the difference in setting the right atmosphere at weddings/civil partnerships whether that be during the ceremony or at the Reception and/or during the Wedding Breakfast. If your budget can run to booking musicians to provide live … Continue reading