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Duo wedding violin and cello music at Orton Hall Hotel, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire

Orton Hall Hotel is one of the best wedding venues in Peterborough, so we were delighted  when our string trio was invited to play wedding music here again a couple of weeks ago.   We performed for  three hours during drinks and the wedding breakfast, moving from the conservatory – which is light and airy […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Northampton: St John’s Church, Peterborough

St John’s Church is in the centre of Cathedral Square in Peterborough and it looks more impressive at the moment than it has for years. This is because the Corn Exchange building, which was nearby, used to hide much of its architecture. Luckily that building has recently been demolished and St John’s really shines now. […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Northampton: Peterborough Cathedral

Peterborough Cathedral may be the least visited cathedral in the UK but it is certainly not the least beautiful. My first view of its magnificent west front, many years ago, gave me the same thrill of awe I experienced when, on a snowy day, I first walked into Red Square in Moscow. There is no […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Huntingdon: Hinchingbrooke House and The Old Bridge Hotel

Hinchingbrooke House and The Old Bridge Hotel, Huntingdon If you walk round the centre of Huntingdon the past seems so close you almost feel you could touch it. This town was founded by the Anglo Saxons but it’s the Civil War that resonates the most. Oliver Cromwell was born and went to school in Huntingdon […]

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Wedding ceremonies and receptions in Peterborough and Northamptonshire: St Mary and All Saints Church, Fotheringhay

St Mary and All Saints Church, Fotheringhay St Mary and All Saints in Fotheringhay is perhaps the most beautiful church in Northamptonshire. It’s close to the River Nene and looks stunning from every angle. The acoustic is so good that the church is regularly used as one of Oundle International Festival’s concert venues. I’ve played […]

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Playing Outside at Weddings

Summer is the most popular time for weddings and naturally if you’ve booked a wedding quartet, trio or duo for your drinks’ reception and it’s a sunny day you’d expect the performers to play outside. Yet the ideal weather conditions for outdoor socialising are not always right for string instruments, which are valuable and can […]

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