The Columbia Free Times describes his sound as “clean, clear, and virtuosic” and “absolutely ravishing”, and Charleston Today wrote “Violinist Micah Gangwer… he has full command of the violin and can do whatever he wants with it”.
Violinist Micah Gangwer is the Assistant Concertmaster of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra (<-- click link for full bio)
He has performed at some of the most prestigious concert halls in the world, has been showcased as a soloist on public radio and television, and is the prizewinner of many national and international violin and chamber music competitions. Micah takes great pride in always providing the same standard of music performance for a wedding ceremony or reception that he does when he is soloing with a symphony in a concert hall or performing chamber music across the world.
If you would like a string duo, trio, or quartet for your wedding, Micah will only ask the best truly professional musicians to perform with him. (absolutely no student or amateur "weekend" musicians)
Instead of leaving anything to chance, simply watch his videos, visit his website, and decide for yourself.
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Raquel · Married on 03/25/2018
Amazing! Micah was my fairy tale violinist at my wedding. Micah played for our ceremony and was phenomenal. He has such a range of songs he played and learned a piece from one of my favorite movies to play as I walked down the aisle. He has a great selection of classical pieces; my pleasant surprise came when a couple of my guests requested a song from a New Hope and Eidleweiss from the Sound of Music.
Having Micah as our live violinist brought an air of class, grace, and warmth. Thanks again Micah!
Jamie · Married on 03/05/2017
Micah was always quick to respond, professional, and very friendly. He provided beautiful music for our elopement and we would highly recommend him!
Elizabeth · Married on 05/01/2016
Micah did a wonderful jobs and was so responsive to any emails. We loved our music and he did a great job adapting to changes. We had no rehearsal so it was all off the cuff, but you would have never known as the music flowed so well.