Set the mood to your wedding the beautiful sound of solo violin! Kelsey will play classical and popular favorites as your guests are arriving and seated for the ceremony.
Processional music is played for family, wedding party, and bride/groom.
Recessional music is played at the end of the ceremony once the couple is married. Music will be continued as your guests are leaving the ceremony area.
Other opportunities for music during the ceremony include interlude and communion.
Cocktail hour music is a great way to set the mood before the reception and get the party going! Upbeat popular music both old and new as well as other styles of music i.e jazz, standards, country can be played.
"Our music selection was contemporary. Think about songs you would hear on the radio . A little something for everyone. It put a smile on my face when I would see someone hear the melody, recognize the song being played on the violin and start to quietly sing along with the music. Summary: Could I imagine our wedding without Kelsey? Of course, the only person I *needed* to be there was my bride. But what Kelsey brought to the wedding was a unique, memorable and lasting experience for everyone and given the opportunity I would hire her again in an instant"
Have song requests?
Kelsey can learn new songs to create the perfect set list for you event!
Frequently Asked Questions
How many song can I request?
As many as you want! Check out the song list to get an idea of what songs Kelsey has learned.
How many songs are included in the pre- ceremony?
Kelsey will provide about 30 minutes of prelude (pre-ceremony) music. Couples are happy to select all of the music, or ask to include some songs. Kelsey typically plays a mix of classical and popular music.
Does Kelsey provide amplification for the violin?
Yes! For most outdoor wedding ceremonies and cocktail hour settings, amplification and a pic up is helpful to hear the violin.