Classical Music for Events

Whether you are wishing to hire a string quartet as a classy addition to your product launch, award ceremony, dinner or general business entertainment, Manor House Music are the perfect choice for providin an exceptional standard of live background music for any event.

With plenty of experience providing corporate music entertainment, 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.

MHM String quartet playing at a corporate function
MHM String quartet playing at a corporate function

We are happy to create a programme of music tailored for each occasion, whether it’s to provide a backdrop for conversation or a more formal recital of chamber music where the music will really stand out.

For something altogether more light hearted, the group will happily put together a selection of music for themed parties and events – such as ‘Music from the Movies’ or sets of ’60s, ’70s or ’80s classics. Our entertaining performances of pop and rock covers really bring the house down, with selections of hits by Queen, Bon Jovi, Oasis, Keane and many more bands helping to get any celebration under way!

The Manor House String Quartet also provide music for university graduation ceremonies, formal military dinners, champagne drinks receptions and other forms of celebration.

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Dear Vaughan, I just wanted to say a huge thank you for your performance at our launch on Monday. You were both fantastic - I am just sorry I didn't get as much time as I would have liked to appreciate it more! The event was a massive success and the Against Breast Cancer team are really pleased that Manor House Music could be a part of it. I have mentioned you in all of our press releases that have been sent out. Thanks again and I hope to work with you again in the future!

Kind regards, Katie (Community Fundraiser) 12th September 2016