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Janice and Santiago’s wedding ceremony at the RA centre, violin and cello duo, October 20, 2012, Ottawa ON

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I just wanted to write and let you know how wonderful the music was at my wedding.  I received countless compliments and my mother almost cried during Ave Maria! Thank you for your professionalism and your extraordinary gift of music! Kind regards, Janice, bride

A short while after this wedding ceremony, we received this wonderful note from the bride thanking us for the performance. Something that is important to mention regarding the selection of music, is that while many couples put a lot of thought into the processional song, it is often the song during the signing that will resonate to the greatest effect with the guests. The processional is exciting as the bride walks down the aisle, and while the music adds to that experience, truthfully, it’s all about the bride. The signing however has the bride and groom as well as the witnesses busy with the documents and leaves the guests a very nice moment for contemplation. So—music becomes very important, and when you have a great arrangement of a song as well as great performers and an extremely experienced and professional group of wedding musicians like Duo d’Amore, the signing (as well as the rest of the event) will sound amazing which no one will fail to notice and appreciate.

Bride Processional: Pachelbel Canon

Signing: Bach-Gounod: Ave Maria

Recessional: Mendelssohn Wedding March

Wedding ceremony musicians Ottawa: Duo d’Amore-violin and cello duo’s string trios and string quartets