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Kristen and Anthony’s wedding ceremony at the Museum of Nature, violin and cello duo, June 29, 2013, Ottawa ON

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Thank you for the excellent performance at our wedding on June 29th at the Museum of Nature. It turned out exactly as we hoped thanks to you.  Your rendition of La Vie en Rose was beautiful and I particularly appreciate that you were able to accompany my dear friend Rosanne as she sang Ave Maria on fairly short notice. “ Kristen & Anthony

This review says it all. We were glad to perform at this wedding ceremony, and always happy to do our best for any last minute changes or additions. In his case we were able to accompany a friend of the bride and groom who sang during the ceremony, and we received many compliments.

Bridesmaids: Somewhere over the Rainbow (Isreal K version)

Bride: La Vie en Rose

Signing: Ave Maria with Singer

Recessional: Beatles All you Need is Love

Ceremony musicians: Duo d’Amore-string duos, trios and quartets