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Shannon and Scott’s wedding ceremony at the chapel of the Old Mill Toronto, October 13, 2012, violin and cello duo, Toronto ON

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“We hired Duo d'Amore a sting duo for our wedding at the Old Mill chapel on October 13. The musician's were absolutely amazing!! I can not even express the feeling I had when I heard our wedding song coming down the isle. It brought tears to my eyes. It was absolutely perfect. We picked three custom songs. Nine inch nails - A warm place, Metallica - Nothing else matters, and Foo Fighters- Everlong. The arrangements of these songs, were so beautiful, and fit each part of our ceremony wonderfully. The musicians were on time, dressed appropriately, and were very professional. I wish we had more time to visit with them after the ceremony to express our gratitude for their amazing work.” Shannon, bride

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