Whether you are wishing to hire a string quartet as a classy addition to a business event, product launch, press conference, drinks reception, award ceremony or dinner, Manor House Music are the ideal group to provide an exceptional level of background music for any event.
With plenty of experience playing for corporate hospitality events, clients can be assured of a high level of professionalism at all times. Events planners may opt for the elegance of a string quartet playing classical music during a drinks reception - or book a string duo to play in the hallway of a venue to welcome guests to a function.
We are happy to create a bespoke programme of music for each occasion, whether it's purely background music or a more formal recital of chamber music.
For something altogether more light hearted, the group will happily put together a selection of music for themed parties and events- whether it's traditional or altogether more contemporary - we're even happy to delight your guests with a specialist performance of pop and rock covers, entertainingly played by a classical string quartet.
The string quartet are based in Buckinghamshire but frequently work in neighbouring counties such as Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, in London, the South East of England and the Midlands - the quartet are also happy to play further afield if requested.
Although many clients like us to wear the traditional black tie of a concert performance, we are flexible with our dress code and will readily fit in with the theme of an event if required.
The Manor House String Quartet or Duo are not only a wedding string quartet but also provide music for university graduations, corporate hospitality, product launches and store openings, award ceremonies, formal dinners, champagne drinks receptions and other forms of celebration.
Dear Manor House Music, Thank you so much for playing at our reception and dinner last night. It really made the occasion feel very special and many of the delegates commented on how lovely it was. Very best wishes, Jill Hitchenor (Conference 21)