Toronto violin & cello duo proposal “I was thrilled with Duo D’Amore from the planning, to the execution, to the immediate follow-up. My overall experience was phenomenal and the performance itself was unforgettable. The violin and cello duo played a custom arrangement that I had requested in advance; it was nothing short of amazing. The price was a bargain, as well. I would highly recommend Duo D’Amore to any and all who are interested in a memorable musical experience!” Eli M. Read our other reviews at: https://www.weddingwire.ca/wedding-music/duo-damore–e8347
What can we say—this was a great event, and everything came together flawlessly! Eli hired us to perform for an hour at Lookout Level of the CN Tower and as we had arranged, our players would receive a cue to start playing, as he proposed to his girlfriend. She said “yes” and the rest is history! We were honoured to be a part of this fantastic experience! If you are looking for live string music in Toronto for a proposal contact us today: https://duodamore.com/contact-us/
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Toronto violin & cello duo proposal
Toronto violin & cello duo proposal-what else is possible?
This proposal is one of many that we have performed at , and there are many options with different ensembles and music.
Choose the right string ensemble
Choosing between a solo violinist/cellist, a string duo, trio or quartet for your event can be a difficult decision. Each option offers unique benefits and will create a different ambiance and atmosphere. Here are a few factors to consider when making your decision:
A solo violinist/cellist will typically be the most affordable option, while a string quartet will be the most expensive. If budget is a major consideration, a solo violinist/cellist or a string duo may be the best choice.
The size of the space where the event will be held will also affect which ensemble you choose for your event. A solo violinist/cellist or a string duo will be more suitable for a smaller space, while a string quartet will be better for a larger venue.
A solo violinist/cellist or a string duo may be a better choice for a more intimate and personal event, such as a wedding ceremony proposal, where a more classical and traditional music selection is often required. On the other hand, a string trio or quartet will be able to play a wider range of music, including contemporary and pop songs, making them more suitable for larger events such as a cocktail receptions or corporate events. Use youtube as a resource: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q5Lse_uoJpc
Number of guests
The number of guests will also play a role in your decision. A solo violinist/cellist or a string duo will be more intimate and perfect for small gatherings, while a string trio or quartet will be more suitable for larger events with a bigger audience. The string trio could also be an option for a proposal.
Ultimately, to choose the right string ensemble for your event will come down to personal preference. Listen to samples (https://duodamore.com/samples/) of the different options and think about which one feels right for you. It is always worth inquiring about the different options available, to make sure you get exactly what you want for your event.