Weddings

 
An an experienced soloist it is my aim to make your day as personal and memorable as possible. I work closely with couples in selecting pieces which will elevate their ceremony to make their day special and unique. 
Below I have given some advice and possible song selections as food for thought. If you would like information regarding booking and pricing, please contact me via my email address or the listed telephone number below.

In a church ceremony, a classical soloist will usually perform during the signing of the register (and during the offertory and/or communion depending on religious denomination). They can also sing during the bridal procession, lighting of candles and the final procession.

In a civil ceremony, opportunities for a soloist to perform are the arrival of the bride, the signing of the register and the departure of the bride and groom. For ceremonies held on approved premises, you should discuss your choice of music with the venue and/or district registrar as it is usual that only secular music be performed / played.
 

Song possibilities include:

Alleluia ( Exsultate Jubulate, Mozart)
Amazing Grace

Ave Maria (Bach / Gounod)

Ave Maria (Schubert)

Jesu, joy of man’s desiring (Cantata 147, Bach)

O mio babbino caro (Gianni Schicchi, Puccini)

One hand one heart (Westside Story,Bernstein)

Laudate Dominum (Solemn vespers, Mozart)

Let the bright seraphim (Samson, Handel)

Panis Angelicus (Franck)

She moved through the fair (Trad.)

The first time ever I saw your face (MacColl)

Voi che sapete (Le Nozze di Figaro. Mozart)

Where ‘ere you walk (Semele, Handel)

 

 
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