London based string ensembles available for hire

Wedding String Musicians

It’s your special day, so of course everything has to be perfect! Not only do we appreciate the importance of the occasion, we understand how live music can enhance both the ceremony itself and the celebrations that follow.

It’s your special day, so of course everything has to be perfect!

Not only do we appreciate the importance of the occasion, we understand how live music can enhance both the ceremony itself and the celebrations that follow.

First, decide when you’d like Apollo Strings to play. For example, live accompaniment for the processional can be magical, along with a musical interlude whilst the registers are signed.

Or you may prefer to save the performance for the reception or wedding breakfast? Whatever you decide is fine with us – we’re even happy to move venues so that we can support your celebration during both the ceremony and the party afterwards.

Next, think about the size of ensemble that would suit your occasion best. A duo or solo musician will obviously fit better into a small venue and can create a wonderfully intimate atmosphere. A trio or quartet, however, will create more volume, has a slightly more flexible repertoire, and can be more appropriate for larger venues.

Finally, give some thought to the kind of pieces you’d like us to play. There are examples of our repertoire on this site, but if you can’t find what you’re looking for, just ask. Apollo members are as comfortable playing pop standards as they are classical.

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Testimonials

"Apollo Strings really do stand out from the crowd and it is clear to see how much pride you take in providing a good impression and seamless service."

Kelly Private wedding client

"John and I wanted to thank you all for your amazing performance at our wedding. The trio were a big part of our day and your repertoire was exceptional. We had comment after comment about the quality of your work and how much your pieces added to our day. Thank you so much!"

Mark & John

"Beautiful ladies, just beautiful."

Brian May Guitar legend

"Working with Clementine in preparation for a wedding we were planning was brilliant, she was always helpful with any questions we had, and assisted us with finding music that the client had requested. The girls themselves on the night were brilliant, the music was beautiful, and the girls were so friendly."

Collection 26

"The Apollo Strings Duo made our ceremony so incredibly special and moving and was the perfect touch at our drinks reception afterwards. I am beyond happy with everything and I will be strongly recommending Apollo Strings to all my friends and colleagues. I also look forward to booking them again in the near future!"

Kristina Peneva

"Thank you so, so much for playing at our wedding - we were all so impressed with the music and how elegant you all were - it was just beautiful."

Laura Godley

"Thank you so much for contributing to Sarah and Matt's wedding yesterday. It more than made up for the disappointment of the rain. XXX to you all - you were wonderful!"

Robert Duggan

"I wanted to thank you for providing the fabulous music last Friday during the reception and wedding breakfast at the Savoy last Friday. You all looked absolutely fabulous and we very much look forward to working with you all again in the future."

Rula Komodromos Wedding & Event Planner for The Savoy

"Thank you for your part in making our wedding day so special. We loved the music - all so professional, beautifully played and you looked lovely too. Lots of our guests commented on how lovely the music was and I felt it created a beautiful, intimate atmosphere. We would absolutely recommend you to other people - it was a pleasure working with you from start to finish."

Elle and Matt

"Thank you so much for playing so beautifully at our wedding. So many people commented on how brilliant you were. You really made the day so special for us!"

Robert Popper Producer of Peep Show

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