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Follow up on our performance for the Ross Cathcart Endowment fund

I received a great email the other day from Jo-Anne who organized a fundraiser in support of the Ross Cathcart Endowmnet fund and the Ottawa Hospital Foundation. The event was recently profiled in the current issue of Life Support, which mentioned that the Garden Party (that Duo d’Amore performed at) raised $7670 to help fund education, patient care, training, and research in the Blood and Marrow Transplant program at the Ottawa Hospital. We were glad to be a part of this vent, and Jo-Anne mentioned, “It's a cold winter.  What a perfect time to think back on the Garden Party.”

 

Duo d'Amore-string duos, trios and quartets, Ottawa

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Sandra and Joseph’s wedding ceremony at Kanata United Church, October 20, 2012, violin and cello duo, Kanata ON

I just wanted to write you a quick note and commend you and your musicians for a fantastic job at our wedding. I was only able to catch half the show myself but from what I heard from my guests, it was amazing. Thanks again for helping to make our BIG day spectacular! Sandra, bride

Sandra and Joseph’s wedding was very traditional and beautiful, and the music perfectly complimented the ceremony. In our initial correspondence, the bride already knew that she wanted to walk down the aisle to Pachelbel’s Canon, and chose a number of additional songs to complement this selection. Particularly nice was the addition of an additional choice at the end of the ceremony. Although we always perform music as the guests exit, in this case the bride and groom chose a wonderful selection by the baroque composer Charpentier. This was a great choice, as it is always nice to see clients that are looking after their guests on the wedding day.

Processional: Clark: Trumpet Voluntary
Bride's Processional: Pachelbel: Canon in D
Signing: Bach: Jesu Joy of Mans Desiring
Bride and Groom's Recessional: Mendelssohn: Wedding March
Guests Recessional: Charpentier: Prelude from Te Deum

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

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