Classical Musicians for Events and Intimate Concerts

Classical Musicians
for your Wedding

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Lizzie Holmes, founder of DEBUT & classical soprano

Lizzie Holmes, founder of DEBUT & classical soprano

I’ll never forget walking down the aisle to live music
— Alex and Marianne's Cotswolds Wedding

If you include one luxury on your wedding day, let it be live classical music!

We’re consistently thanked for providing one of the most memorable parts of the whole day, and as musicians it is a huge privilege to help create and share in that moment.

Get in touch with Lizzie to chat about your day, or take a look at some of our suggestions below.


Your Ceremony

The performance was magical and made our day so beautiful and unique.
— Laura and Dan, Brighton Wedding

For classical music aficionados you’ll probably know exactly what instrument and pieces you’d like played at your wedding.

For the rest of us, we’ve put together our Top Picks for Wedding Musicians and Music below to provide a little inspiration!

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Our recommendation for a solo instrument:



If you’re looking for just one instrument the harp is perfect, it creates a whole sound world and can play wide range of pieces from Handel and Mozart to renditions of your favourite pop tunes with a classical twist.

They also look beautiful in the photos!

Entrance music:

Signing of the Register:

Exit music:


Our recommendation for a solo singer:



Our top pick! Whether you’re having a religious ceremony or not, you’ll never forget being sung down the aisle by a beautiful voice. Guaranteed to take your breath away (we even had one Father of the Bride say he had to check his Apple Watch that his heart was still beating!!).

Either accompanied by an organist, working with an instrumentalist (harp, guitar or string quartet works really well), high quality orchestral backing tracks or a cappella.


Religious Ceremonies

Entrance Music

Amazing Grace

Signing of the Register

Ave Maria, Schubert
Panis Angelicus, Franck
Pie Jesu, Lloyd Webber

Recessional Song

Gloria in excelsis Deo, Vivaldi

Non Religious Ceremonies

Entrance Music

Where’er you walk, Handel

Signing of the Register

O mio babbino caro, Puccini
All I Ask of You, Lloyd Webber
Somewhere over the Rainbow

Recessional Song

The flower duet, Delibes


Duos & More

Classical Guitar Duo

Classical Guitar Duo

Vocal Quartet

Vocal Quartet

Flute and Violin Duo

Flute and Violin Duo



 “Impeccably organised &
beautifully sung.”

Andrew & Sam’s Dorset Wedding



Wedding Breakfast
& Reception

We just wanted to say that you were fabulous yesterday!! - as was the tenor and pianist.

You really brought the meal to life for us.
— Garry & Alison's Country House Wedding

Whether you’re looking to add a little surprise for your guests, to hear your favourite tunes from the shows or to have some elegant background music, we’ve assembled our favourite suggestions below.

Live music is a great way to instantly add atmosphere to a room and bring your spaces to life.

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To make an impact:

Dinner Duo


Ushering your guests into the dining room with a pop up performance of the Verdi’s much loved Brindisi. Between courses treat your wedding party to some of the greatest tunes from the world of opera and musical theatre and, just before the speeches, have your favourite piece of music performed by our duo.

If your wedding venue has a piano this is the perfect fit! Our pianist can also perform jazz or light classical music in the background during the meal.

Toast the newlyweds:

Brindisi, Verdi

10 minute performance once mains are served:

Caro Elixir from The Elixir of Love, Donizetti
Tonight from West Side Story, Bernstein
O soave fanciulla from La Bohème, Puccini

Before speeches, your favourite song:

S’wonderful, Gershwin


Instrumental Favourites

String Quartet

String Quartet

Pianist: Jazz, Improv on Popular Tunes, Classical

Pianist: Jazz, Improv on Popular Tunes, Classical

Flamenco-Fusion Guitar

Flamenco-Fusion Guitar


 “A great introduction
to some of the best talent”

Classical Music Magazine

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Get in Touch

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Whether you know what you’re looking for, or would like some help discovering what will work for you, get in touch with Lizzie to start chatting about musicians for your wedding.

— Rosie & Paul's London Wedding
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It was an absolute joy listening to you on Sunday, you moved my mum and me to tears. In a good way of course! You really have such a talent. We can’t wait to have you at our wedding.
— Laura & Andrew, Absolute Bridal Wedding Fair