Beverly Andrews

Live classical wedding and special event musicians in southeast North Carolina.

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I recorded a few selections which work beautifully for a wedding ceremony.  These will help you decide what mood you want to create. Of course, if you have favorite songs which have special meaning to you,  I can play anything in the world for which there is sheet music!
Processionals

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Recessionals

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I have categorized these recordings as “Processional” and “Recessional,”  but I have played them during receptions, anniversary or birthday parties, housewarmings, family gatherings, holiday business parties, and for many celebratory events indoors and out.

A violin can play Celtic to contemporary music, renaissance to ol’ rock ‘n roll tunes, Mendelssohn to movie melodies, and Bach to Broadway.

A solo violin is often enough, but if your occasion needs a bigger, thicker sound, I can easily arrange an ensemble for you. Since 1991, I have been playing with the finest musicians in the area.

These are combinations with which I often play:

Duets:

2 violins give you a happy sound with fuller dynamics
1 violin + 1 cello give you a high voice and a low voice

Trio:

2 violins + 1 cello give you the above plus more volume
2 violins + piano (keyboard for outdoors) or organ
1 violin + 1 cello + piano (keyboard for outdoors) or organ

Quartet:

2 violins + 1 viola + 1 cello is a favorite, classic ensemble choice.

As solo violin, I play a regal fanfare announcement for the bride. I also work with fine trumpet players who could be added to any of the above ensembles.

Because of my symphony affiliations I work with all instruments and can connect you with whatever you want!

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