String and Brass Ensembles About

We feature any combination of Violin, Viola, Cello, Flute, Harp, Piano, Acoustic Guitar, Trumpet, Piccolo Trumpet, Flugel Horn, French Horn, Trombone & Tuba. The size and instrumentation of the ensemble is up to you, and the combinations are only limited by your imagination! Below you’ll find video & audio clips of some most requested line-ups. Contact us to view our library of selections. We’ll even learn and arrange one custom song for you, complimentary.

“We had a pianist and guitarist play before and during our ceremony. They were amazing! Guests raved about them and we were so glad we made the decision to book them. Beyond pleased!” Lisa K, Seaport World Trade Center, December 2016

Soloists

Solo Harp

Solo Violin

Solo Violinist performing Pachelbel's Canon in D for the bridal processional. Also sounds great as a duo with cello, or as a trio with violin, viola, cello. Scroll down for more audio clips of the strings, brass and other instrumentation.

Duos

Violin, Cello

The most traditional string duo with violin and cello. Sounds great for intimate wedding ceremonies and small cocktail or dinner parties. Add a viola making it a trio, which is one of the most popular choices with our clients. A bit more of a full sound with great.

Flute, Cello

Flute and Cello performing at an outdoor wedding ceremony. By adding a woodwind instrument to accompany the cello, this creates a romantic and intimate setting.

Harp & Flute

As if the harp doesn't sound beautiful enough on it's own, have a listen with flute in accompaniment. We think you'll agree that this duo sets the tone for a unique and truly memorable wedding ceremony. This duo can also play contemporary or classical pieces for your cocktail reception as well.

Trios

Violin, Viola, Cello

Our most popular traditional string trio, consisting of violin, viola and cello. Enjoy the classical selections and also the modern cover tunes as well. Whatever style or genre you have in mind, our musicians can accommodate and bring your vision to life.

Flute, Viola, Cello

By replacing the violin with a flute player, the string trio has a new sound. We feel the delicate tone of the flute is so romantic and intimate and complements the strings beautifully. Keep them on for cocktail hour as well where they can play a mix of classical, contemporary and jazz selections.

Trumpet, Viola, Cello

A traditional string trio is violin, viola and cello. Check out this unique twist by replacing the violin with trumpet. We suggest this line up for clients looking for the added flare of the brass to accompany the romance of the strings. They play classical and contemporary pieces and can also stay for cocktail hour.

Quartets

Violin, Violin, Viola, Cello

Traditional string quartet performing selections for the bridal party processional and bride processional. Check out how they make these instruments sing! And it was in the mid 50's that day. Way too cold for strings to play in tune and they still nailed it.

Trumpet, Viola, Violin, Cello

By adding brass to a traditional string trio, it creates another element of interest. Check out the regal flare of the trumpet and the triumphant fanfare just before the bride walks down the aisle. Talk about a big entrance!

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