Philadelphia's Wedding Ceremony String Ensemble
Hear and feel the sounds of Stringsations!
Philadelphia Wedding Ceremony Music for that special occasion.
When you're looking for that special ambience to be a part of your wedding ceremony or special event, Stringsations is the touch of elegance you need. From Bach to Rock, Jazz to Rags, and Swing and all sorts of things! Emotions are inspired, feelings are heard and the essence of beauty is felt throughout the room when there is the presence of Stringsations! Stringsations is the answer for a Philadelphia wedding ceremony and elegant event music.
Years of experience, knowledge, and performance lend Stringsations to be affluent in any atmosphere. These talented wedding ceremony musicians are members of the Baltimore Symphony, Philadelphia Opera Company, Philadelphia Chamber Orchestra, Delaware Symphony, Harrisburg Symphony, New World Symphony, and various other symphonies in the tri-state area. Aside from their classical venues, many of their players are experienced in other venues of music. The Stringsation musicians have performed under famous conductors such as Michael Tilson Thomas and have played with various artists such as: Sarah Brightman, Andrea Boccelli, Wynton Marsalis, Frank Sinatra, Jr., Bobby McFerrin, Chita Rivera, Neil Sedaka, Entertainer of the Year from Las Vegas, and Gloria Estefan… to name a few. Touring internationally and through Las Vegas, Atlantic City, and New York is part of their annual schedule as well.
Whether you are looking for celestial wedding ceremony music or simply the best classical and contemporary sounds for your cocktail party, may the sounds of Stringsations tug at your heart, make your eyes sparkle, and emit a sensation encountered like no other!
If you are planning a wedding ceremony in the Philadelphia area, look no further than Stringsations!
Ensemble options range from solo to quartet and can be contracted upon availability. Once contracted there will be no refunds. Arrangements of repertoire may not be applicable for all ensembles.