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Danielle and Ryan’s wedding ceremony at the Grand Olympia, February 16, 2014, string trio, Stoney Creek, ON

Our string trio of two violins and cello performed at this wedding held in the Stoney Creek Room of the Grand Olympia in Stoney Creek. The setup of the room was particularly elegant, with the venue obviously thinking a great deal about how to make use of the features of the room. As the space was long and narrow, there was a perfect opportunity to create an aisle for the bridesmaids and the bride to walk down. For the processional we performed the wedding classic Pachelbel canon. For the signing we moved into a more modern song, Today by the Smashing Pumpkins. Originally the bride and groom had also selected a classical piece to be performed if the signing went overtime, but the smashing pumpkins song was the perfect length and ended at just the right moment. The recessional, when the bride and groom walked down the aisle at the end of the ceremony was Don't Stop Believing by Journey, and as it was upbeat, lively and fun, was a great finale to the wedding ceremony.

Processional: Pachelbel’s Canon in D
Signing: Today by Smashing Pumpkins
Recessional: Don't Stop Believing by Journey

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

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Eden and Graeme’s wedding ceremony at The Ranche, violin and cello duo, September 7, 2013, Calgary AB

This wedding was perfect, in a very unique way—it rained throughout the ceremony! This might not be some people’s definition of a perfect wedding, but in this case it was. The bride’s family is Scottish, and as the photographer Shannon Yau so elegantly put it on her blog: “the fog mixed with the rain, the tartan, and the bag pipes – it couldn’t have been more perfect.” Our string musicians added an additional layer of elegance and mystique that the venue (The Ranche) and weather had supplied for the wedding.

While Guests Arriving: Charpentier Prelude from Te Deum and additional classical music

Groom, Groomsmen Entrance : Pachelbel in Canon D

Flower Girls, Bride & Father, Bridesmaids Entrance: Bag Pipes

Signing :Wachet Auf, JS Bach

Recessional: Bag Pipes

Photographer: Shannon Yau Photography

Wedding planner: Rachel Andrews at Hera weddings and events

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

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Steven and Jenica’s wedding ceremony at Fairholme Manor, violin and cello duo, September 7, 2013, Victoria BC

“Everything went so amazingly well for us on Saturday. The ladies were incredibly professional, very well prepared and completed the vibe of our fairytale garden ceremony perfectly! I will definitely be recommending your services whenever the opportunity presents itself. Thank you so much!” Steven, groom

The photo of this wedding and the comments from the groom really speak for themselves, as everything really came together—the beautiful weather, the excellent and helpful staff at Fairholme Manor, the beautiful bride and groom, and of course, lovely music by Duo d’Amore.

Guest Arrival: What A Wonderful World
Processional: Fields of Gold
Signing- River Flows in You and Bach Air
Recessional- All you Need is Love
Champagne Toast: Beautiful day

Photo Source: www.fairholmemanor.com

Wedding ceremony musicians Victoria BC: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets

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Our string duo loves performing at the Old Mill, one of our favorite, and certainly one of the most popular wedding venues in Toronto and the GTA, especially for our string musicians We performed at the Chapel, which is lovely and intimate, and were excited to perform a brand new recently completed song arrangement. As guests began to take their seats, we performed a selection of classical music to help create a nice mood, and them the guests know that the wedding would be starting shortly. For the processional, we performed a very beautiful violin and cello version of the Flower Duet from Lakme by Leo Delibes. This is to our knowledge the first violin and cello arrangement of this work and we were very excited to premiere it at this ceremony. The bride walked down to the Music of the Night from the Phantom of the Opera, which was also magical. The signing was the famous Wachet Auf, or Sleepers Awake, which was a nice classical piece for this part of the ceremony. Finally, Runaway by the Corrs was performed as the bride and groom walked their way back down the aisle. Prelude: Charpentier Prelude and other classical

Processional: Lakme: Flower Duet
Bride Processional: Music of the Night
Signing: Bach Wachet Auf (Sleepers Awake)
Recessional: Runaway - The Corrs

Ceremony musicians: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets
Wedding Venue: The Chapel of the Old Mill Toronto

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To get right to the point about this wedding ceremony—everything was exceptional, and the music choices went along with this. Jesu Joy was a wonderful song to start off the seating of the guests as the graceful and flowing melody could be heard as guests were being seated just before the start of the ceremony. Then came Pachelbel Canon for the  groom, bridesmaids, and flower girls. We worked on something special for the bride who wanted the Theme from a Secret Garden, which was stunning. The signing music by Vivaldi was introspective and soft, while the recessional music also by Vivaldi was bright, full and loud—perfect for celebrating such a beautiful wedding.

 

Seating of guests: Bach Jesu Joy of Man's Desiring

Processional (Groom, Bridesmaids, Flower girls etc.): Pachelbel Canon in D

Processional (Bride): The Song from A Secret Garden

Signing: Vivaldi Winter from the Four Seasons

Recessional: Vivaldi Spring from the Four Seasons

 

Wedding Ceremony Music: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets

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