The difference live music can make to each part of your wedding day:

Violinist at Wedding CeremonyFor Your Ceremony

Creating a relaxed yet celebratory atmosphere as your guests take their seats

Heralding the bride’s arrival and procession with music she has chosen

Carefully co-ordinating the music as the bride processes down the aisle, climaxing at exactly the right moment

Entertaining during the signing of the register and photographs

Celebrating the bride and groom’s first moments as a married couple


Pianist with Yamaha pianoFor Your Drinks Reception

Providing a beautiful ambience and a social setting

Taking spur-of-the-moment requests and playing music chosen by bride and groom

Working with the photographer and wedding co-ordinator so that your guests are entertained while you are away being photographed


Violinist Simon Jordan at a weddingFor Your Wedding Breakfast

Welcoming the newly married couple as they take their seats in front of the guests

Creating a relaxed and sophisticated atmosphere for the duration of the meal

Working to a carefully constructed list of music chosen by you or to your tastes

Introducing the speeches as required


For Your Evening Reception

Providing an entertaining mix of music: the antidote to a noisy disco!

Taking spur-of-the-moment requests from you and your guests


Live music makes it YOUR day

Simon Jordan, musicianHiring a professional musician – such as violinist and pianist Simon Jordan – can give your big day that magical personal touch. A violinist or pianist is an ideal addition for weddings and can make your wedding even more memorable by performing at your ceremony, while you walk down the aisle and as you sign the register. Many couples also have a violinist or pianist performing during wedding canapés (drinks reception) and during the celebratory wedding breakfast.

Simon Jordan is a violinist and pianist who has performed at many weddings large and small, and who has played the violin and piano professionally for 20 years. A former BBC radio producer, the violinist and pianist is familiar with all sorts of music, from Bach to Beyonce, and can play any sort of music on request. The musician can be hired for the marriage ceremony, the drinks reception, the wedding breakfast or for the duration of the wedding day. The wedding violinist and pianist Simon Jordan has up-to-date £5 million of Public Liability Insurance and regularly PAT tests equipment to ensure it is safe to be used.

The wedding pianist and wedding violinist also offers you to the chance to hear him play live before booking, over Skype or FaceTime. Demos on websites are fine, but live music and a 1-to-1 consultation can sooth worries and answer all questions.

Check the availability of your date by using the contact form on the right.

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