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String Quartet Toronto Wedding

Duo d'Amore is a string ensemble made up of violin and cello soloists, violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets, and we perform in Toronto, the GTA, and across Canada. 

We make the whole process of wedding music planning easy and fun for our clients, and we believe that every wedding and event should be unique and reflect exactly what you the client wants. How do we do that? Personal service and passionate performance. Matthew the owner is always available and is quick to answer emails and phone calls. Something else to consider is that when it comes to the music, Duo d'Amore is proud to offer one of the largest collections of music for string ensemble in Canada, so there is lots of music both pop and classical to choose from.

 

Here is what our past clients had to say, and what you can expect from Duo d'Amore: https://www.weddingwire.ca/wedding-music/duo-damore--e8347/reviews

Visit us at www.duodamore.com or call Matthew at 866-231-2902 for a quote!

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Duo d'Amore's violin and cello duo is proud to once again be featured in a fantastic magazine, this time it's Wedluxe. Please see below:

 

https://wedluxe.com/2018/06/15/country-chic/

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Karlina and Daniel’s wedding ceremony at the Berkeley Church, May 24, 2014, violin and cello duo, Toronto ON

It would be an understatement to say that music was important to this wonderful couple, because music was at the absolute center of the wedding ceremony. The groom’s cousin is a professional opera singer, and her husband is a composer—how perfect is that? Between the two of them, they gave us and the bride and groom and the guests a real treat: they arranged wedding ceremony music selections for singer, guitar and violin and cello duo for the ceremony.

Prior to the start of the ceremony, the guests had drinks upstairs at the Berkeley Church, and then moved to the mezzanine for the ceremony. The ceremony was beautiful, and we were glad to have rehearsed with the singer and guitar player just prior to make sure that we were all on the same page as far as the music was concerned, and everything worked out spectacularly at the ceremony, and we received rave reviews from the guests.

Program:

Wedding Party Processional: Dodi Li-traditional Jewish

Bride: Ave Maria-Bach-Gounod

Signing of the Registry: Songbird-Fleetwood Mac

Recessional: All You Need is Love -Beatles

 

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

 

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This wedding ceremony at the old mill combined classical elegance with popular light and fun music, and a good measure of family involvement. The ceremony was beautiful. The string duo started off by performing a lovely mix of classical and popular music as the guests were arriving and taking their seats for the ceremony. At the start of the wedding ceremony, the musicians performed a beautiful rendition Somewhere Over the Rainbow for the bridesmaids, followed by Don’t you Worry child for the bride. The family involvement came next, as the bride’s sister sang during the signing of the register. After the officiant introduced the couple, amidst clapping and cheering, the string duo performed the classic Mendelssohn’s Wedding March as they walked down the aisle as husband and wife.

 

Bridesmaids: Somewhere Over the Rainbow

Bride: Don’t You Worry Child

Recessional: Mendelssohn Wedding March

Toronto wedding ceremony music: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets

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“I just wanted to send you a quick email and thank you so much for the exquisite string duet at our wedding on October 20th.  It was absolutely perfect and all of our guests were raving about how beautiful the music was.  Thank you also for all of your help coordinating everything leading up to the wedding.  I really appreciate your patience and helpful suggestions along the way.”  Thanks again, Bonnie, bride

The chapel of the Old Mill Toronto is a candle lit version of a 16th century chapel, and is exquisite to look at and also to perform in. We often perform here for wedding ceremonies and we always enjoy performing in this space with it’s well balanced acoustic. For Bonnie and Marco’s ceremony, we performed Pachelbel Canon for the processional, which is a very classic choice and one that we like to recommend as it just works so well. The signing music was the famous Arioso by JS Bach, also an excellent choice, as the signing portion of the ceremony is a great time for introspection, and reflection. This piece suited that mood. Finally for the recessional as the bride and groom walked down the aisle, our violinist and cellist launched into a more modern vein with All You Need is Love by the Beatles.

Processional: Pachelbel Canon
Signing: Bach Arioso
Recessional: Beatles All You Need Is Love

Wedding ceremony musicians Toronto: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duo’s string trios and string quartets

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