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Cristina + Ben wedding at The River Cafe July 2, 2016, Calgary wedding ceremony music

This wedding was held on the outdoor patio of the River Cafe in Calgary—a beautiful location, and the musical selections were just as inspiring. For the ceremony Cristina and Ben chose primarily classical selections (with a modern and upbeat song at the finale of the ceremony) followed by contemporary music during the reception portion.  All of these songs work particularly well with the string ensemble they chose: the violin and cello duo—our most popular ensemble! Everything was seamless and beautiful, and finely coordinated as always with the talented planner at Evelyn Clark weddings. Thanks everyone!

 

Wedding ceremony song selections:

Processional (wedding party and bridesmaids): Pachelbel Canon
Signing: Schubert: Ave Maria 
Recessional: Mars: Marry You

 

Cocktail hour song selections:

A Thousand Years-Christine Perri (violin & cello duo)
All You Need Is Love-Beatles (violin & cello duo)
Billie Jean-Michael Jackson
Can’t Help Falling in Love-Elvis
Don’t You Worry Child-Swedish House Mafia
Give Me Love- Ed Sheeran
Yellow - Coldplay
Hallelujah-Leonard Cohen
Halo, Beyonce
I Got A Feeling-Black Eyed Peas
I Think I Wanna Marry You-Bruno Mars
Fields of Gold-Sting

 

 

Wedding Full Planning and Design: Evelyn Clark Weddings | Photography: Daring Wanderer Weddings | Venue: River Cafe | Florist: Flower Artistry | Decor: Bella Linens | Stationery: Plush Invitations | Hair and Makeup: The Pretty Haus | Cake: Whippt | Officiant: Life Celebrant – Jacquie Hoare | Music: Duo D’amore & Stephen Medhurst | Transportation: Ambassador Limo

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“(Duo d’Amore) were fabulous!” Neil and Adrienne, bride and groom

        Duo d’Amore performed classical music for Neil and Adrienne’s intimate ceremony, held at Holy Name Catholic Parish in Calgary. The music was very well chosen by the clients. As the wedding was very small, without bridesmaids or attendants, Clarke’s Trumpet Voluntary performed on violin and cello was a unique choice for the processional, and one that was very well suited to this ceremony. The song is lively, with an excellent beat to walk down the aisle, but it projects warmth and gives a sense of occasion to the ceremony. The signing was the traditional Bach Jesu joy, and it too moves and flows well, and as the signing is a quitter point in the wedding it suited this portion as well. The recessional was Handel’s Hornpipe I from the Water music, and serenaded the bride, groom and guests as they walked down the aisle at the end of the ceremony.

Processional: Clarke Trumpet Voluntary

Signing: Bach Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring

Recessional: Handel Hornpipe I from the Water Music

Wedding ceremony musicians Calgary: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets

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Kasandra and Robert’s wedding ceremony at the Carriage House Inn, October 5, 2013, Calgary AB

Kasandra and Rob were married at the Carriage House Inn in Calgary, and our string duo performed a great grouping of songs at their ceremony. Before the ceremony started we performed a number of songs including two that the clients had requested: Secrets by One Republic and Stereo Heats by Gym Class Hero. As the groom entered, the grooms mother and father, the brides mother and brother, another brother and his wife and maid of honor and the flower girl our string musicians performed Bittersweet symphony, and transitioned to I Think I Wanna Marry You by Bruno Mars. For the signing of the marriage license we played Can’t Help falling in Love, and we also had a backup song in case it went a bit longer than expected. The song that the bride and groom chose was I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz. For the recessional we performed the fantastic and upbeat Viva la Vida.

Wedding music Calgary: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets

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Stefania and Matteo’s wedding ceremony was traditional, refined and absolutely gorgeous! The music as well fit the style and mod of the ceremony just perfectly. The long aisle walk for the bridesmaids was set of and heightened by Bach’s Air, which is both graceful and flowing. The brides music was Pachelbel’s Canon in D, a perennial favorite at weddings, and performed by our violinist and cellist in an interesting and continually varied style, this too was also very flowing and really made the brides walk up the aisle something that the bride, groom and guests will always remember. For the signing of the documents, our musicians returned to the music of Bach performing the sedate and comforting Arioso. When the priest pronounced the bride and groom, the newly married couple walked down the aisle as husband and wife to Handel’s rousing and boisterous La Rejouissance.

Processional: Bach: Air

Bride: Pachelbel: Canon

Signing: Bach Arioso

Recessional: Handel: La Rejouissance

Wedding ceremony musicians Calgary: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duo, string trio and string quartet

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