Wind Ensembles in the South East for hire
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This brass ensemble specialising in providing music for wedding ceremonies. A Wind Ensemble is a great alternative to a string quartet for your the South East event. They can provide music for all parts of your wedding including prelude music for your guests before the ceremony, a processional for the bride’s entrance, interlude music for the signing of the register, a lively recessional at the end of the service and postlude music while your guests exit the church after the ceremony. Regardless of whether your wedding is in a church, outdoors or at another venue, this Ensemble can ...show more
Whether its a fanfare for the procession, lyrical music during the signing of the register or a triumphant march as you leave the church, Sam can provide professional trumpet playing with a real finesse that adds an extra sparkle to your ceremony. the South East is within this Wind Ensemble ‘s local performance area.
Sam's varied career has seen him perform with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the English Chamber Orchestra and the Orpheus Sinfonia whilst also performing baroque solos as part of the London Handel Festival. He has also recorded fanfares for BBC Radio ...show more
The ST Quartet are a 4-piece saxophone group specialising in playing your favourite TV and film themes. Available for any occasion. Ideal for background music, drinks receptions, product launches, during dinner, corporate functions, parties, indoor or outdoor events - this sax quartet will certainly give their audience something to chat about. This Wind Ensemble plays for weddings and other events in and around the South East. Let them entertain your friends and family during your drinks reception or wedding breakfast. They can play subtle background music to bring back some me ...show more
The LS Saxophone Quartet has developed an enviable reputation over the last 4 years. A Wind Ensemble for your wedding or dinner in the South East is an alternative to a string quartet. Being hailed as 'one of the most exciting saxophone groups to emerge for many years' by Richard Ingham (Cambridge companion to the Saxophone) the Quartet provide the highest quality music from concert hall recitals to weddings. If you're looking for a cutting edge, professional ensemble, then look no further than the LS Quartet.
This Trio was formed by Melissa, Daniel and Elizabeth, who are all graduates of the Royal Academy of Music. A Wind Ensemble is a great alternative to a string quartet for your the South East event. As specialists in background music, they play for civil and church wedding ceremonies, wedding receptions, candlelit dinners, corporate and charity events.
The Trio has performed recitals around the UK and and for events too numerous to mention, including a Charity Christmas party at 11 Downing Street. Recent clients include ITV News, the Royal Shakespeare Company, Sainsburys, Universi ...show more
The young Trio comprising of flute, clarinet and bassoon are all members are all busy professional performers, working with the BBC Symphony Orchestra, the Orchestra of English National Ballet and London Winds. the South East is within this Wind Ensemble ‘s local performance area.
They can provide music for any occasion - weddings, functions, background music.
The SL Saxophone Quartet was formed in 2007. They perform a wide variety of music; from classical and modern through to jazz and popular. This Wind Ensemble plays for weddings and other events in and around the South East. Their members: Bob on soprano, Noelle on alto, Dave on tenor and Adrian on baritone are all mature musicians from professional backgrounds in both classical and jazz music.
Their individual careers have included solo recitals, ensemble and orchestral playing as well as performing with jazz, rock and blues bands.
The SH Horn Quartet was set up in 2012 to provide professional standard music for weddings.
The Horn is a very versatile musical instrument. It is usually found in orchestras, however, it is equally at home in big bands, film studios, west end shows and chamber music. A Wind Ensemble for your wedding or dinner in the South East is an alternative to a string quartet.
The four players of the SH Quartet are all classically trained professional musicians. They all work regularly with orchestras such as the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra, Philharmonia Orchestra, BBC Concert Orchestra and th ...show more