The range of available music to choose from for your event is immense, extending from classical to modern and crossover music.
For those of you who don’t know what crossover music is, I can give you an example: Let’s say one of your favourite songs is “Shallow”, performed by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, and you would like to have this played at your event.
A beautiful “crossover” version would be if a string quartet played it, or even a flute accompanied by harp. Of course a solo piano version would also be very fitting.
It is important to think about what kind of music your guests might enjoy and not just focus on your own favourite musical preferences.
If you don’t know where to begin, just ask me for assistance!
Basically, almost anything can be played on classical music instruments unless I strongly advise against it!
The audio examples on this page are meant to give you a general idea of what the different instruments sound like. Please contact me for more specific audio examples.
Mendelssohn - Wedding march
- String quartet
- Wind quintet
- Mendelssohn - Wedding march
- Wagner - Wedding march
- Bach - Aria
- Brahms - Hungarian dance
- Gardel - Por una cabeza (Tango)
- MacDowell - To a Wild Rose
- Haydn - String quartet in D: Allegro moderato
- Haydn - String quartet in D: Adagio, Cantabile
- Haydn - String quartet in D: Menuetto Allegretto
- Borodin - String quartet in A: Moderato - Allegro
- Borodin - String quartet in D: Allegro moderato
- Borodin - String quartet in D: Nocturne Andante
- Mozart - String quartet in d: Andante
- Mozart - String quartet in d: Allegro ma non troppo
Feel free to ask me if the musicians can play your favourite music.