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Kris and Stephanie Wedding Kitchener-Waterloo. We received a lovely thank you card from our clients Kris and Stephanie. They were married on September at a private residence on the outskirts of Kitchener-Waterloo.

“Matthew, Thank you so much for the superb musicians and music during our wedding celebrations on September 29th. By all accounts & unsolicited feedback–they were the best ever! Thanks for helping us make our day special & memorable! S&K” Read more reviews of us here:–e8347

It was a pleasure for our violin and cello duo to perform this wedding. We wish Stephanie and Kris all the best for a long and happy marriage!

A unique ceremony

It was great to work with the couple and plan the wedding music. They did a wonderful job, as you can see below from the wedding playlist that Kris and Stephanie chose:

Processional: Charpentier Prelude (matron of honour walk-in)
Mouret Rondeau (Stephanie)
Signing:Bach Arioso
Just a note about this: “Arioso” by Johann Sebastian Bach. It is a beautiful and emotional piece of music that is often played during weddings. The piece, originally written for solo violin, is typically played on the cello or piano and is well-suited for the ceremony’s prelude or processional. It is often used as a solo for the bride’s entrance or for the unity candle lighting. The serene and elegant melody of “Arioso” creates a warm and romantic atmosphere. It makes it a popular choice for wedding music.
Recessional: Handel Royal Fireworks.
Our samples of these are available at:
One of the fun things about this ceremony, is just following the signing, the couple asked us to include a short bit of I’m Yours and Signed Sealed, Delivered–and of course being live professional music, we were happy to take care of this for them. So much fun! Thanks Kris and Stephanie it was great fun performing for your wedding with our string ensemble in Kitchener-Waterloo!

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