String Quartets: Lanarkshire, Central Scotland - for your Event
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The CL String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 2973
The CL Quartet is a well established Glasgow wedding string quartet. They provide music for a whole host of events including church wedding and civil partnership services and ceremonies, receptions, parties, private functions and corporate events and lunches. They provide a bespoke service tailored to your needs which will enhance your day.
The Quartet mainly cover the Greater Glasgow Area, including, Ayrshire, Lanarkshire, East Dunbartonshire, West Dunbartonshire, The Lothians and Perthshire... Read more
The AI String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 2423.1
This String Quartet was formed in November 2005 and is based in the beautiful Highlands of Scotland. This String Quartet plays for weddings and corporate events in and around Lanarkshire. The members of the quartet have played individually with many of the British symphony orchestras including the BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, the Royal Scottish National Orchestra and the Liverpool Philharmonic.
This versatile group of musicians has played for weddings at many of the Scottish castles including Torosay Castle on the Isle of Mull and Eilean Donan Castle which was made famous... Read more
The EK String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 6046
The EK String Quartet a professional string quartet based in Glasgow, playing at live events across Scotland. Their players are experienced freelance performers who have performed with groups including the Royal Scottish National Orchestra, BBC Scottish Symphony Orchestra, Scottish Opera, Scottish Chamber Orchestra and Scottish Ballet. Lanarkshire is within this String Quartet’s local performance area.
The EK Quartet are comfortable with all genres of music from Classical to Jazz, Folk to Pop and have a wealth of experience in playing at all types of events... Read more
The AU String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 6267
The CT String Quartet is one of the most dynamic and promising string quartets currently emerging from UK conservatoires. Their brilliant and exciting playing captures audiences wherever they perform and has brought successes at competitions. An ideal String Quartet for a wedding or party in Lanarkshire. They match each other beautifully in their instrumental virtuosity and their mature musicality and commitment.
The Quartet was formed at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, Glasgow and have won numerous awards for their playing.
Highlights so far ... Read more
The BA String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 6143
Getting married in Scotland? Congratulations! The BA String Quartet is available to hire for your wedding in Edinburgh, Fife, the Borders, central belt, indeed anywhere in Scotland, and some of England too! As specialists in music for weddings, the BA Quartet have unrivalled experience in providing appropriate atmospheric music over a wide range of private and corporate events, from the most intimate family weddings and parties to the largest international business events.
You will no doubt... Read more
The SN String Quartet, Lanarkshire, Central Scotland, ref: 2002
This string quartet have earned an excellent reputation since their formation in 1996. The Quartet members have played with the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra, the English Symphony Orchestra, the National Concert Orchestra and the Northern Concert Orchestra - an impressive pedigree.
In 1998 the Quartet gave a world premiere of Butterworth's Quartet, opus 100 which was written with this string quartet in mind. This String Quartet plays for weddings and corporate events in and around Lanarkshire.
More about String Quartets
A String Quartet has an extensive repertoire
A string quartet’s repertoire is normally extensive, ranging from Baroque, through Classical and Romantic to light or easy listening music such from shows, films together with light jazz and pop classics. This makes the ensemble ideal for a Wedding an anniversary dinner, corporate entertainment or military banquet. Some String Quartets in Lanarkshire are variants of the traditional line up. A string quartet comprises 2 violins, viola, cello. Some ensembles play with additional or alternative instruments, such as flute, violin, viola, cello. For example the Midsummer Flute & String Quartet plays with flute, violin, viola, cello
A String Quartet for a reception or banquet in Lanarkshire
For your reception or banquet in Lanarkshire, whether it's for just a few people to a hundred and fifty, a purely acoustic group can adjust the sound level so that guests can talk and socialise comfortably, whilst enjoying the music as background. Sometimes guests sit and listen like an informal concert. Using purely acoustic instruments means the string quartet can set up or move locations quickly, (provided that the venue has place four chairs at each location the quartet are to play in). There are no amplifiers, microphones or loud speakers to set up and move. So a string quartet can play in one location for the drinks, then move to another location to play during the meal.
A String Quartet in Lanarkshire for a Wedding Ceremony
Being such a versatile ensembles, a string quartet is a perfect option for your wedding ceremony in Lanarkshire. Usually the string quartet play for a quarter to half an hour before the ceremony, as guests arrived. This sets a wonderful atmosphere. They play for the Bride’s entrance, during the signing of the register and as the couple make their exit. If they are playing for a church ceremony, they would sometimes play for the hymns, though usually the church organ would do this. You would discuss and agree the precise pieces of music with the leader of the string quartet. If it is a civil ceremony, then the music must not have any religious connections, but is something that the Registrar presiding in Lanarkshire would discuss with you.
Positioning the String Quartet
Where you decide to position the string quartet is important. When playing for a meal or wedding breakfast, the quartet should be as central as practical to all the diners, so that they are as equidistant as possible from the ensemble. This means that everyone can hear the music at a comfortable level. Locating the ensemble in a corner close to some wedding guests, and a long way from others means that if the string quartet play at a volume that is comfortable for those nearest them, those a long way off won’t hear them properly. For a Lanarkshire wedding ceremony, the quartet can be positioned at the back of the ceremony room or church, so that the music can be heard without distracting from the guests view of the bride and groom. Alternatively, the string quartet can be at the front of the room or church, so that they provide an attractive visual feature to the wedding ceremony, particularly as guests arrive early for the wedding.
How much space does a String Quartet need?
A string quartet doesn’t take up much floor space as it doesn’t need mixing desks and loud speakers that most bands need. This is important if the string quartet has to play in a confined area, such as a Wedding in a small church, small reception room, or even a private house.
LANARKSHIRE, One of the south-western counties of Scotland, and the most important county of the country. It ranks only tenth among Scottish counties as to area, but is by far the most populous - containing, indeed, as many inhabitants as the three next in order all taken together, and very nearly a quarter of the whole population of Scotland - and the most valuable, as the valuation, exclusive of burghs, is greater than that of the next two in order taken both together. "
It is bounded N by Stirlingshire and a detached portion of Dumbartonshire, NE by Stirlingshire, Linlithgowshire, and Edinburghshire, E by Peebleshire, SE and S by Dumfriesshire, SW by Dumfriesshire and Ayrshire and W by Ayrshire, Renfrewshire and Dunbartonshire.