Weddings



Dear Bride and Groom,

Classical Guitar is a great way to add class and prestige to any ceremony. And its less expensive than hiring a string quartet.

I provide classical and acoustic guitar for weddings and receptions, with two decades of experience playing for formal ceremonies. Feel free to contact my references. I have performed in Carnegie Hall, and have earned a Master’s Degree in Classical Guitar Performance. I am happy to play special requests, as well as all the standards. Working with other musicians is no problem, and I can read music.

I own a battery-powered amp, and can perform outdoors for your mountain ceremony. I can also perform on the renaissance lute.
If you are looking to add atmosphere and set the mood, I can play laid-back renaissance melodies, or exciting repertoire. I can play classical music from any country or century – weather it be Brasillian, Italian, French, etc. If you’d like artistic modern acoustic guitar with loops, I can do that too. If you’d like classic rock songs played as instrumental finger-style, I can do it. (I do not sing.)

A deposit is required in advance, to reserve your date. The typical fee for playing 30 minutes before the ceremony, the wedding itself, and 30 minutes after, is $300.

Traditional Ceremony Music:
Prelude Canon in D Johann Pachelbel
Grandparents Ave Maria Franz Shubert
Parents Air on a G String Johann Sebastian Bach
Bridesmaids Ave Maria Charles Gounod
Bridal Processional Bridal Chorus Richard Wagner
Special Rite Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring Johann Sebastian Bach
Special Song Sleepers Awake Johann Sebastian Bach
Recessional Wedding March Felix Mendelssohn
Postlude Trumpet Voluntary Jerimiah Clarke

Testimonials and References:

Ben and Connie D:

Jeff and Marissa B:

Dean and Melissia D:

Jason and Meghan L:

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