“I confess I am struggling to find the right words – it was mind-blowingly, gut-wrenchingly, tear-jerkingly fantastic! ... Everyone said it is the memory of the day that they will carry with them always.”

What we provide

12 piece choirs, organists, string quartets, soloists. Everything you could possibly want to make your wedding ceremony unique.


Planning a wedding can be stressful so we take the stress out of the music side of the day. From an initial consultation, decisions on repertoire and the arrival of a choir, trumpeter and organist for a rehearsal, through to the service on the day, we take care of every detail right down to locating the organ key hidden in an old hymn book.


There are many points during a wedding service at which one can insert music, not just at the Entrance of the Bride and Signing of the Register. Take a look at our sample service sheet provided for some helpful suggestions and click on the links to hear some sound clips.


Perfect Pitch harpists have Masters degrees with distinction from the Royal College of Music and Royal Academy of Music. They have performed at many prestigious venues, including; Buckingham Palace, Kensington Palace and Clarence House all in the presence of HRH Prince Charles.  As recitalists they have performed at the Wigmore Hall, St. James’ Piccadilly, King’s Place and the Victoria and Albert Museum. 


Solo singers and instrumentalists can add a unique colour to your Wedding day. A trumpeter is perfect for the Entrance of the Bride, and for descants accompanying the hymns; a soprano soloist just the ticket for a solo Ave Maria during the Signing of the Register.

Perfect Pitch Choir

Formed from the finest professional singers in London, the Perfect Pitch Choir is one of the most highly sought after ensembles. Many of its members are principal artists at English National Opera, and work with London’s finest ensembles such as The Sixteen, the Monteverdi Choir and the Gabrieli Consort.

String Quartets

Perfect for the Church Service or for background music during the champagne reception, a classical string quartet provides a perfect contrast to a more lively band or DJ in the evening. And don’t think that they’ll be sitting there playing Eine Kleine Nachtmusik on repeat – they are more than capable of throwing in some up-beat jazzy numbers too.