Frequently Asked Questions about Wedding Ceremony Ensembles
What kind of wedding ceremony music do you provide?
Solo pianists, Solo Harpist, Solo Guitarists, and ensembles that include
Violin & String Duos, Trios and Quartets
Brass Duos, Trios and Quartets
Star Talent Symphonette – (6 -16 performers)
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What instruments do your ensembles play for wedding ceremonies?
Piano, Keyboard, Acoustic Guitar, Violin, Viola, Cello, Acoustic Bass, Flute, Clarinet, Trumpet, Harp, Organ, Chimes, Percussion, Electric Violin
What type of music can you perform for wedding ceremonies?
While many clients select processional and recessional music from a wide repertoire of classical and popular love songs, many also select songs from film scores, opera arias, rock ballads, pop and contemporary songs all performed by traditional ceremony instruments.
Can you perform songs even if the sheet music cannot be found?
Yes, we are frequently asked to have our arrangers create musical parts and sheet music for songs where sheet music in not available. Depending on the selected song and the arrangement that needs to be written and created, there may be a small musical arranging fee.
What attire do your musicians wear?
Men are in black suits with white shirts and long black ties or bow ties.
Female performers are in black cocktail dresses or suits.
Tuxedo and white tie and tails are also available for our string performers.
Specialty attire can be accommodated as well.
How much space is needed for a string quartet?
Generally a string quartet needs a 10ft. x 10ft. area and 4 chairs.
Electricity may be needed for music stand lights if setting is very dark.
Outdoor performances ideally should have shade, as string instruments are sensitive to direct sun and high temperatures.