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The Lochrian Ensemble play at the ‘Guild of professional Wedding Services@ Spring Wedding Fayre on Sunday 1st February at The Freemasons Hall on Park Street, Bristol
We are looking forward to exhibiting and performing live at the Guild of Professional Wedding Services Spring Wedding Fayre at The Freemasons Hall on Park Street, Bristol this Sunday (1st February) between 11 and 3pm. There is a £2 admission … Continue reading
When you’re planning such an important event as your wedding it is vital to have confidence that the services you book are of the best possible quality. With this in mind you can’t beat having a personal recommendation for a … Continue reading
That walk up the aisle … So you have a beautiful new dress and sparkling shoes. You’re looking fantastic, but there’s no denying it, you’re feeling a little nervous … This is your special moment! Try not to let the … Continue reading
My Wedding Music piece of the week is the beautiful Clair de Lune by Debussy. Although originally written for piano we have a gorgeous string quartet arrangement, perfect for some quiet reflection as a stand alone piece in a ceremony, … Continue reading
Live music can add something really special to your wedding ceremony. Why not consider a piece that is of significance to both of you to be played during the ceremony, in the same way you might have a reading? … Continue reading
Sting’s poetic ballad of lovers walking together in “fields of gold” echoes poetry from centuries past. As such, it remains a strongly romantic choice for wedding ceremonies. We have a fantastic string quartet arrangement of this song which is why … Continue reading
If you’re marrying into the Clergy, how about this for your service? Son of a Preacher Man
Nothing beats a Rutter Carol at Christmas, so if you’re having musicians play at your Christmas Wedding Breakfast why not ask them to play a few carols … Star Carol is one of our all time favourites.
If you’re looking for a regal entrance to your wedding ceremony/service then you can’t get better than Charpentier’s Te Deum … played brilliantly here by French trumpeter Maurice André.
We recently arranged and played Christina Perri’s ‘A Thousand Years’ from Breaking Dawn Part 2 (from the Twilight Series films) at a Wedding – it is such a beautiful tune and so appropriate as you walk up the aisle …