Much of our work over the last two decades has come by word of mouth, and we have not gone out of our way to obtain written references, but here are just a few unsolicited comments we received:
LC (married July 2010) wrote to us:
'I absolutely loved the Pachelbel piece you played for my entrance and walk down the aisle! It was just how I had imagined it! I thought you all played beautifully and I would have no hesitation in recommending you for future friends/family weddings. Thank you so much!'
A wedding at Quex Park, Birchington, where we performed as a string quartet with singer Jo Sharp. Photo by John Sainsbury wedding photography.
EF (married September 2009) wrote:
'We would both like to say a massive thank you for playing at our wedding. I thought it was absolutely lovely! The music in the church was great and made the ceremony just perfect! Unfortunately neither of us had much time to listen to the music outside, as everything was very busy. But the guests seemed to enjoy it, and I've had many great comments about the music!'
Playing string quartets for a wedding at the Turner Contemporary art gallery in Margate.
"Thank you so much for playing so wonderfully for our wedding - it really made the service even more special for us, and we did not choose the easiest pieces but you made them sound wonderful. Thank you also for your work with the videos and putting them on YouTube for us - it was all very mcuh appreciated by us and our guests" (SS, married July 2014)
Playing at the North Foreland golf course for a 'pink' cancer charity ball, which raised £3600.
Playing as a string quartet for a wedding at Eastwell Manor.
Playing hymns at a wedding service in a church with no organ. Photo by Daniel Hamer wedding photography.
The notes to tracks 4 and 11 of the Railway Swing Band's 2010 CD 'Our Sounds, Vol. 3' say we
'gave their sound a new dimension'.