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Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew Toronto

Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew Toronto. Duo d’Amore performed at Luxinside, a French art exhibition showcasing a number of luxury products coming to Holt Renfrew, and displayed with a cool, and modern aesthetic. Our musicians performed a wide variety of interesting music for the guests, which included the president of Hoit Renfrew (who had very nice things to say about our performance) as well as delegates from the French Embassy. See more here.

Our String Ensembles-Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew Toronto

The solo violin


The smallest bowed string instrument in the violin family is the violin. It is also the quietest instrument, but that does not mean that it cannot produce a sound. Don’t forget that violin soloists regularly perform with a 50-100 piece orchestra, in a large hall seating 2000 or more people, and the solo violin can be heard over the entire orchestra, and at the very back of the concert hall. How? This comes down to the skill of the violinist, and positioning. This is why at wedding ceremonies for example we often are quite picky about the exact spot where our violinists and ensembles perform, no matter if the string ensemble is outdoors or indoors a single violinist is a great choice.

Duo d’Amore’s solo violinist is a great option for those who want live music but have a smaller budget. The solo violinist performs classical pieces, contemporary pieces, and a mix of both.


The solo cello


Like the solo violin, a solo cellist is a great option for slightly smaller corporate and holiday receptions in the GTA. Larger than the violin, it is very resonant, and can play an equally wide range of music. Clients that hire the solo cello and solo violin for events often have a guest list of under 50, but not necessarily so.


The violin and cello duo


The violin and cello duo, or string duet, is made up of one violin player and one cello player. This is our most requested string ensemble for hire around Toronto. Having both the violin, which is able to play soaring melodies, and the cello which is able to anchor and often accompany, while having an even larger sound it is no wonder that this is our most popular string ensemble. I like to imagine that the violin is like the right hand of the piano and the cello is the left had of the piano, together they can play almost anything, and that is another reason that it is our most popular ensembles.


Duo d’Amore’s violin and cello duo is a popular choice for corporate and holiday performances. The duo consists of a violinist and a cellist who play together, creating a beautiful, harmonious sound. The duo’s repertoire includes classical pieces, contemporary pieces, pop, top40, jazz and holiday music. 


The String Trio


The string trio is made up of the violin and cello, with the addition of a third instrument. Often this is a violin or viola. We recommend this ensemble for 150-200 guests. The string trio a great mid size ensemble that is an excellent option for a corporate reception.


The String Quartet


Our string quartet is the largest wedding ensemble that we have for hire. We often recommend the string quartet for large gatherings, receptions and events with 200 or more guests. The string quartet is one of our more versatile ensembles. We can perform everything from Bach, Beethoven and Brahms in the classical spectrum, to pop, jazz, folk, Top40 and beyond.

Custom musical arrangements


We often arrange music specifically for our clients. Ask us about our custom song arrangements.


Listen to music samples:


Visit our website to listen to pop and classical favourites performed by our musicians: Listen to samples here.



Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew Toronto
Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew Toronto

Corporate Violinist Cellist Holt Renfrew TorontoViolin and cello duo : Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duos, string trios and string quartets

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