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Wedding Violinist Cellist Ancaster: Lauren and Abim

Booking Local Musicians for Your Canadian Destination Wedding with Duo D’Amore

Booking Local Musicians for Your Canadian Destination Wedding with Duo D'Amore Booking Local Musicians for Your Canadian Destination Wedding with Duo D'Amore. Duo d'Amore's live string ensembles epitomize elegance and…

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Wedding Violinist Cellist Kitchener: Michelle and JD

North York string quartet and wedding ensembles

North York string quartet and wedding ensembles. Violin and cello solos, string duo, string trio and quartet performing Pop Top40 & classical. Includes a list of venue recommendations.

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Stratford ON string quartet wedding ensembles

Stratford ON string quartet wedding ensembles. Duo d'Amore is a string quartet and wedding ensemble that provides exceptional live music for weddings, corporate events, and other special occasions in Stratford…

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Wedding Violinist Cellist Kitchener: Michelle and JD

String quartet, wedding ensembles Mississauga

String quartet, wedding ensembles Mississauga. If you, or someone you know is getting married, or is interested in a live performance for a wedding or special event in Mississauga, please…

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Wedding Violinist Cellist Burlington: Jennifer and Stephen

 

Jennifer and Stephen’s wedding ceremony at the Waterfront Hotel in Downtown Burlington, May 17, 2014, violin and cello duo, Burlington ON

 

We initially spoke with Jennifer as sometimes happens, as they had booked a duo from another company that had to cancel for some reason or another, and we were happy to fill in and perform for her wedding ceremony in downtown Burlington at the Waterfront Hotel. As we subbed in at the last minute, the couple already had their wedding ceremony songs picked out (classical) for the violin and cello duo. They also hired our string ensemble to perform at the cocktail hour immediately following the ceremony, and their only request was to keep the music laid back and fun, and our violinist and cellist performed a mixture of music including several fun pop arrangements.

 

 

Processional -  Pachelbel  Canon in D

 

Signing - Bach  Jesu, Joy of Man's Desire

 

Recessional -  Mendelssohn   Wedding March

 


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Wedding Violinist Cellist Toronto: Danielle and Dan

Wedding Violinist Cellist Toronto: Danielle and Dan

 “The musicians at the ceremony were fantastic yesterday. We received so many compliments! Thank you for making the day extra special.” Danielle, bride.

This ceremony combined classical elegance with modern sensibilities, to create a new hybrid that guests loved! After the guests were seated, the first music that stared the wedding off was Jesu Joy of Man’s desiring by Bach, which we performed as the mothers were escorted and seated. We then performed the romantic and rich Ave Maria, which itself is a hybrid version by both JS Bach and the French composer Charles Gounod who added the top part (played first by the cello) centuries after Bach composed his part. The classical and exceptional Pachelbel canon was played for the bride, and as I have said before—there is a reason why this is performed at so many weddings—it works so well, and guarantees a smooth and beautiful ending as the bride reaches the front of the aisle at the Church. The signing switched gears to Etta James’ At Last, with the ceremony ending to the upbeat Bittersweet Symphony.

Parents coming down the aisle: Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring (Bach)

Bridesmaids processional: Gounod Ave Maria (Bach)

Bride's processional: Pachelbel's Canon in D 

Registry signing: At Last (Etta James)

Recessional: Bittersweet Symphony

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