Classical Singers

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Hire a classical singer for your church wedding ceremony or civil ceremony / partnership.

Most singers will offer a selection of traditional hymns, operatic arias or well known songs and are happy to help you choose the right music for your special day.

Classical wedding singers can be accompanied by the organist at the church or they can bring their own organist, harpist or electric pianist if required.

For registry office weddings or civil ceremonies they can work with a backing CD.


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    Jenny provides luxury music for weddings, funerals & corporate events, specialising in singing opera arias & classical music - available solo or with musicians.
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    Jenny Coles
    Based in Greater London
    Price From £375

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    Carly started her singing career at 14, performing as First Boy in The Royal Opera Houses’ production of the Magic Flute which was broadcast on BBC Radio 3
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    Carly Higson
    Based in West Sussex
    Price From £200

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