Manor House Music
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Manor House Music Quartet, MHSQ Cadogan, by Oliver King

Photograph courtesy of Oliver King

 

Manor House Music Chamber Musicians
Manor House Music in the Recording Studio

 

"Brillant, just brilliant!" - audience member, St Martin in the Fields.

Manor House Music is a small pool of chamber musicians who play together both as a string quartet and a string duo. As well as giving more formal recitals, they believe that when the quality of music is especially important for an event, it should also be possible to hire a 'performance standard' string quartet for weddings, parties, corporate events and private functions.

Alongside a broad and eclectic chamber repertoire, Manor House Music work hard to offer a vast range of musical styles suitable for wedding entertainment. They are equally happy to play music outside of the normal classical repertoire, performing sets of jazz and light music through to detailed and entertaining covers of classic pop and rock music, arranged for string quartet.

From a full string quartet to the intimacy of a string duo, the musicians offer a huge repertoire of music for each combination. Manor House Music enjoy working on an individual basis with each client - putting together a bespoke programme of music to suit various tastes and requirements.

Whether it's for a more serious recital of chamber works, or fclients wishing to hire classical musicians to play something entertaining and upbeat for a celebration - the quartet strive to offer a polished level of performance each time they play.

Testimonial        Dear Vaughan, Thank you for playing at our wedding - we absolutely loved the sound of your company from the moment we stumbled across your site and are thrilled that you could play in front of our guests at our wedding. Best wishes, Sara Testimonial

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