Violinist - Simon ref: 6490.2
An incredibly talented violinist with years of experience performing all over the globe, Simon prides himself on the quality of his performance; he will play exactly what you want to hear, not arrive with a set list like other musicians. He will communicate with you and ask for a list of pieces you want to hear and then locate or arrange them himself. He has a library of some 30,000 songs and pieces.
Simon can also add a touch of class to birthday parties, anniversary celebrations and corporate events. He has perfect pitch and can transcribe and arrange any piece of recorded music.
A sophisticated and cost-effective soundtrack to your big day or event. After booking Simon, he will work with clients or to their brief to compile a carefully crafted programme of music, often working on his own arrangements for many days before the event. A versatile repertoire covering everything from Bollywood to Broadway, and Classics, Classical and Modern Hits.
Can be booked with a pianist if required, or as an electric violinist. Fully self-contained with a variety of instruments to suit the occasion. A highly experienced violinist who has performed to audiences across Europe, including an annual performance for the Prime Minister. Played at prestigious venues such as Royal Festival Hall (solo concerto), the Dorchester and the Ritz Hotel, London, as well as UK national radio broadcasts.
|Wedding||"We hired Simon to play violin at our wedding in Hampshire. He was helpful and organised and gave us complete choice over the music - no requests were too difficult! Would highly recommend."|
|Wedding||"Simon played at our wedding at Swinfen Hall, Lichfield. His ability to play OUR choice of music was outstanding. From Ellie Golding to Il Divo!!! He also took requests from our guests, who were equally delighted. Well done!!"|
|Wedding||"Simon was professional, polite, entertaining and fitted in to our wedding day. His flexibility meant we were able to take advantage of both his violin skills (during the ceremony) and then piano playing (at the reception), which meant it was always interesting. Thank you very much."|