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Soloists and Musicians in the UK and Scotland

Seeking UK musicians, want something special for your wedding that's simple and yet elegant, then going for a Soloist would be a fabulous way to have live music with the fuss of a bigger group. Soloists are also great if space at your wedding venue is an issue. The choices though, are endless.

As well as the more familiar choices of a harpist, piper or classical guitarist, consider the option of these soloists. Something different that will give you the distinctive feel to your wedding ceremony or reception, tailored so you get exactly what you want.

Adrian Eaton: classical guitarist

Adrian Eaton

Classical Guitarist, Adrian plays in a variety of styles from transcription of dignified renaissance and baroque lute music to upbeat arrangements of popular music. His favourite performance pieces are from the classical and romantic periods. Wonderfully sophisticated music from an outstanding musician. Acoustic, classical guitar music is a timeless favourite that always pleases the most discerning tastes in music.

 

Aimee Penman: singer

Aimee Penman

Classically trained soprano who's comfortable with singing in many different styles from classical to folk to jazz. Combine all styles for a full and varied performance. Available with guitar or piano accompanist. Jazz trio available for evening receptions or corporate events. Highly talented and degree level qualified musicians. A Cappella group option: all female group (six voices) is perfect for those who would like something a little different. Songs from countries including Norway, Romania as well as the UK. Also some lovely barber-shop-style arrangements of classic songs.

 

Anne Pack: singer/guitarist

Anne Pack

Scottish, Irish and Burns songs. Discover Scotland with Anne's emotive, funny and historical songs. Anne is a treasure of Scotland who's delightful music will make your event one to remember.

This woman is full of stories both historical and humourous that you may not have heard before but will relish once you do. She takes you on a tour of Scotland through songs and stories.

A mellow voice that adds a wonderful easy-listening mood to some of Scotland and Ireland's most popular songs, including warm and inspiring Burns classics.

Bob Dunsire: classical guitarist

bob dunsire

Classical, Spanish, Latin, Jazz, Scottish and Early Music. Bob's solo guitar playing has a strong Spanish flavour but also includes many folk items arranged by himself. Currently studying for the Scottish Certificate in Jazz, he hopes to develop this side further. The warm, romantic sound of the Spanish Guitar can provide the perfect music for your special day. Bob will be happy to play your personal choice of music for the ceremony and/or will create relaxing background music for appropriate points during the day.

Charlotte Petersen: harpist

Charlotte Petersen

Charlotte Petersen is genuinely one of Scotland's most talented harpists, composer and arranger playing both concert harp and Celtic harp (clarsach). Her experience includes playing throughout the U.K. and Europe and has appeared on B.B.C. Radio.

As a performer, Charlotte exudes a warm and infectious presence and is a joy to listen to. Her range of music is extensive and includes classical, jazz, swing, Celtic, Scottish and modern favourites plus, of course, her own compositions.

 

Cheryl Forbes: singer

Cheryl Forbes

Mezzo Soprano, Classical, Jazz, Scots, Traditional and Musical Theatre. Both Cheryl and Gordon (pianist) are versatile international entertainers with impressive CVs. Cheryl sings all styles of music and can adapt her voice accordingly. So if you require high opera or soft, sexy jazz, you get exactly the sound you want. Gordon is one of Scotland's foremost entertainers with a talent that covers everything from singing to comedy to conducting.

 

 

Marilyn Boulton: harpist

Marilyn Boulton

Classical, Celtic Harpist and Pianist. Marilyn Boulton has studied at the Royal College of Music in London, and pursued a career as a chamber musician and teacher, giving concerts both in the UK and Europe.

Her versatility extends to playing the harp, clarsach and piano in a wide range of styles. For sixteen years she was Director of Music at St Leonards School, St Andrews and when she left to resume a freelance career, a colleague in the music department described her time there as 'a golden era in St Leonards music'.

 

Marnie Boyd: harpist and singer

Marnie Boyd

Classical and Celtic Harpist. Marnie Boyd is a harpist, singer and composer and is one of those entrancing, remarkable and multi-talented musicians, who simply and profoundly energises any space she is performing in. Her music is stylish and graceful and would make any event a truly sophisticated occasion. Her voice is beautiful, warm and soothing.

Marnie is one of those masterly musicians who can sing and play the harp and cover a wide range of music. A truly incredible repertoire including; traditional Scottish songs, Celtic music, contemporary songs like the timelessly beautiful Songbird as well as popular sentimental favourites, Jazz, and blends all that with classical music.

Michelle Foster: singer

Michelle Foster

Classical, Opera, Oratorio, Scottish, Michelle Foster is a sensational performer with a great deal of stage experience and training. A consumate artist who loves to draw people into the performance whether on a large or small scale.

Flexible and adaptable with a wide range of repertoire, can step into a roate with a moments notice. A sensitive yet powerful singer, Michelle's repertoire and style will suit any occasion.

 

 

 

Heather Innes: singer

Heather Innes

A Cappella songs, celtic prayers, folk and traditional Irish and Scottish Music. A unique and wonderful expression of Celtic music with world music influences and a rich ecumenical thread running throughout. Beautiful and inspirational songs from all the Celtic countries, Irish and Scottish influences, including Gaelic, Irish and Folk.

 

 

Iain Hood: harpist

Iain Hood

Classical, Celtic, Scottish and Modern. Iain Hood is an experienced harpist with a repertoire covering everything from classical favourites to mystical Celtic and juicy jazz standards. Iain is happy to play film favourites or popular modern music to suit your evening. Iain is a multi-talented musician playing both the concert harp and Celtic harp (clarsach).

For larger events, Iain can team up with other musicians such as flute, violin and cello to create an amazing range of music that will please everyone.

 

 

 

Neil Dunnachie: Classical and medieval plus a wide range of music

Neil Dunnachie

Neil Dunnachie is an extremely talented musician who's specialty is medieval music but also has a vast range of music from classical through to contemporary. He's also a fantastic electric guitarist. Neil is an accomplished classical guitarist who also specialises in medieval music. A wonderful addition to your wedding particularly if you are planning a themed wedding such as medieval or celtic.

Neil also forms part of the covers duo Jumpstart.

 

Pandy Arthur: singer

Pandy Arthur

Classical, Opera, Musicals, Scottish Folk & Gaelic. Pandy Arthur is a versatile concert artist with a wide ranging repertoire. Her programmes are varied and colourful and they include arias from Opera, Musicals, Operetta and Oratorio, Scottish Folk Songs and Gaelic Music. Pandy's rich and pure voice and her innate ability to express the meaning of a song make her performances evocative, meaningful and deeply moving.

Pandy's rich and pure voice and her innate ability to express the meaning of a song make her performances evocative, meaningful and deeply moving.

 

Ross Kennedy: singer/guitarist

Ross Kennedy

Scots, Burns and Folk Singer, Ross Kennedy has been a professional folk musician for over 25 years. He has toured, recorded and played with Scottish legends The Tannahill Weavers and was also the founding member of great bands such as The Iron Horse, The Jura Ceilidh Band and Canterach. Ross also had a very successful and long lasting duo with fiddler Archie MacAllister and has went on to play in many other duos and trios in his long and varied career. He now devotes his time to his exciting pipes, fiddle and song group Canterach.

 

Stewart Maclennan: classical guitarist

Stewart Maclennan

Classical Guitarist, Stewart's unique gift is composing original pieces for special occasions and for various projects. Stewart's music is emotive and very expressive, and his varied repertoire ranges from beautiful solo arrangements of classics, like Air on the G String by J.S. Bach and Claire De Lune by Debussy to traditional songs like My Love is Like A Red, Red Rose.

How to Book Your Musicians

You can book your musicians using our very easy to use Booking Service. We provide an agreement for each booking so there are no misunderstandings. You get the very best deal and you're completely covered should something go wrong before your event or on the day.

Plus, we're always here to talk to you 7 days a week. Just call us on 0141 291 5629 or email info@wedding-music-scotland.com.

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