Central Ohio Wedding String Ensembles is a group of professional musicians in Columbus, Ohio. They specialize in string weddings and special events. This talented group of instrumentalists provide couples with an extensive repertoire of classical and modern music, providing a cheerful, soothing backdrop for you and your guests. We are a network of professional string musicians that provide string quartet, trio or duo ensemble performances for wedding ceremonies and other events in the Columbus and surrounding regions. From classical and jazz to tango and pop music, these talented, passionate and experienced musicians can accommodate a variety of musical styles. We offer musical services for a variety of budgets and a simple booking experience for your event.
Jill Wright Crist is an accomplished cellist with more than 20 years of experience. In addition to solo and ensemble performing, Jill is a professor at Otterbein University and Columbus Cello School, and an ensemble coach for Chamber Music Connection. Jill also plays with a number of symphonies in Ohio and West Virginia. Our musicians all hold degrees in their specified instrument and most have masters degrees.
Wedding String Ensembles offers anywhere from one to six musicians for your special day. Whether you want a duo for just your ceremony, or a cocktail hour quartet, Wedding String Ensembles will give your wedding the elegant score it deserves. Other services provided by Wedding String Ensembles include:
- Cocktail hour
- Learn new songs
- Willing to travel for a fee
- Musical Interludes
- Learning new Songs
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