Why choose a classical/jazz guitarist for your wedding? Couples put in countless hours of work to make their upcoming wedding perfect. Choosing the right music is one of the important decisions they need to make. The guitar is one of the most romantic and versatile of all instruments. It will provide the perfect ambience for your special day. The guitar lends itself to many diverse styles of music and solo guitarists do not need much space especially in some function rooms where space is at a premium. Wedding ceremonies and receptions will hold treasured memories for years to come. For this reason they deserve very special care to ensure the right ambiance is created. The solo classical guitar is the ideal choice to complement wedding ceremonies whether it is providing background music as friends and family arrive for the ceremony or playing your favourite tune as you walk down the aisle. As an instrument the guitar can play different styles of music and so appeal to a wide range of musical preferences – an important consideration when so many guests have different musical tastes! The guitar can also be performed outside or indoors as required. Having a premiere classical/jazz guitarist for your wedding ceremony and reception not only sets the perfect mood and acoustic ambiance but also provides an elegant experience where the many generations of guests will be able to converse easily.
Weddings can be quite expensive. Having a classical/jazz guitarist will help you stay within budget. Price is primarily determined by the number of hours of performance, travel distance and the popularity of the guitarist. Sometimes if a new arrangement of a musical piece is requested an additional payment may be required. It is also a great idea to ask the guitarist for some suggestions. Wedding guitarists are very sensitive to individual tastes so should be able to provide you with a list of songs to choose from. Be sure to allow the guitarist ample time to prepare for the event. Book at least six weeks before your wedding date if possible.