Berkshire Wedding String Duo

26th August 2015

As busy wedding musicians, Manor House Music¬†are increasingly invited to provide music for weekday weddings and events. On a Tuesday in April our string duo (consisting of violin and cello) played for a ceremony and reception in West Berkshire. The ceremony took place in the picturesque church of St Marys’ in the rural village of […]

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Wedding String Duo at Heatherden Hall

8th June 2015

On Saturday 14th March,¬†our string duo¬†returned to the historical Heatherden Hall in south Buckinghamshire to play for a wedding ceremony and drinks reception. Nestled in the middle of Pinewood Film Studios, the hall has been used as a location in its own right for many films ‚Äì everything from ‚ÄòChitty Chitty Bang Bang‚Äô and ‚ÄòFrom […]

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Northamptonshire String Duo for Wedding at Dodford Manor

20th February 2015

On a Saturday in mid-November,¬†our string duo returned to Dodford Manor in Northamptonshire to play for a wedding ceremony and reception. Dodford‚Äôs Mortain Barn is a refreshing space, beautifully renovated and lit, with a balcony which is perfect for a duo or quartet to play from (allowing the sound to project to all of the […]

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Buckinghamshire String Duo for Wedding Ceremony and Reception

9th February 2015

Our Buckinghamshire based string duo (consisting of a violin and cello) played for a wedding ceremony that took place on a Saturday in November at the ancient church in the village of Wing in Buckinghamshire. As the village is situated only 3 miles from home this was a particularly local occasion in a familiar church. […]

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Bisham Abbey wedding classical musicians

7th January 2015

It’s always a pleasure to return to one of our favourite venues,¬†Bisham Abbey¬†in south Buckinghamshire. It is best known as a national sports centre (as well as being a former residence of king Henry VIII!). The Abbey however, is also a stunning setting for events, being ideally situated on the banks of the river Thames. […]

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