Sweet Harmony takes exceptional care in managing live music for events throughout the US. The musicians who work for Sweet Harmony will meet our standards of sound and service: well rated by prior customers, highly educated in music, and years of professional success in musical ensembles and weddings! Trust Sweet Harmony for your wedding string quartet or violinist for your special restaurant event. We’ll give you a specialized quote for your area and type of event, so please ask!
Saukville, Wisconsin ~ October 24, 2020
Bride Kelleen introduced us to Paul Hankinson’s exquisite and clever mashup of “Married Life” (from the Pixar movie “UP”) and Schubert’s Ave Maria! We were more than happy to play it for her walk down the aisle. Pictured are the beautiful bride herself, accompanied by violinist Jerry Loughney and keyboardist Joseph Hauer at The Bog Golf Course and Weddings. Special thanks to photography company Colorful Dreams 4 U.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania ~ January 11, 2020
Valley Electric Company needed a classy touch for their corporate event at Heinz History Center, so they decided on a solo cellist. Franklin entertained the guests with rich tones of classical music and hit songs!
Notasulga, Alabama ~ November 23, 2019
Kristen first booked a solo cellist for her wedding ceremony, but then decided a violinist would round things out nicely! Sweet Harmony brought in Maalik and Michael to play their program of hit pop songs. These stunning photos were contributed by Clara Mellown Photography.
Lakeland, Tennessee ~ October 5, 2019
For Josh & Julissa, it had to be Game of Thrones! Even their wedding invitations were GOT-themed, so our cellist had to perform the Game of Thrones theme music with passion. 🙂 Said Julissa: “Thank you sooo much for everything! I was super happy and everyone enjoyed it big time! The music was breathtaking for everyone!” You’re so welcome, Julissa!
St. Helena, California ~ September 29, 2019
For A.J. and Lyndsey, one group wasn’t enough — their guests needed live music throughout the venue (v.sattui, nestled in Napa Valley). So Sweet Harmony booked local trio Garden Strings along with well-known Bay Area guitarist Tom Duarte, and the music flowed!
Topsail Beach, North Carolina ~ August 20, 2019
Mark needed to hire a cellist at one day’s notice — and Sweet Harmony found and booked top-notch local player Hillary Flowers for his marriage proposal on the beach! So happy to help create the perfect romantic moment for them. She said yes! ☺️
Photo credit: Ethan Palese
Chesapeake City, Maryland ~ June 2, 2019
Carly and Cody opted for a classic, elegant solo violinist for their wedding ceremony at Pell Gardens. Alex Kislitsyn performed our Pink Bouquet music program for them, and he was captured beautifully by photographer Allie Beckley!
Danville, Alabama ~ May 12, 2019
When groom Kirk called Sweet Harmony, little did he know he’d be getting the violin Concertmaster of the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra, as well as a cellist with The Scorpions rock group, to play for his wedding! Sweet Harmony delivered! These stunning photographs were taken by Jodi Hyde Photography. Congrats “Captain Kirk” and beautiful bride Jackie!
Sarasota, Florida ~ March 9, 2019
Karolyn knew what music she was looking for, got on Google, and found Sweet Harmony. We were excited to find a beautiful, affordable local duo for her sweet church ceremony! Her song “All of Me” had to be just right. Thanks to violinist Valeria and guitarist Jordan, Karolyn told us “It was beautiful! I loved the music!”. Warmest congratulations to Karolyn & LeMarr!
This lovely photo was taken by Franklyn Douglas.
Southaven, Mississippi ~ February 16, 2019
Ruendy and Lauren relied on the Sweet Harmony String Quartet to provide all of the music for their church ceremony. We planned it carefully with their priest, since Catholic mass weddings have plenty of music! Violist Beth Luscombe led the group and prepared the music. Congratulations, Ruendy and Lauren!
Dade City, Florida ~ November 10, 2018
Congratulations to Dade City bride and groom Charlene & Matthew! They hired a Sweet Harmony string trio for their ceremony and cocktail hour, with our military discount for Matt’s service. We brought in violist Valeria Frege to captain the group, with violinist Leah Rothe and cellist John Chatterton. In Matt’s words: “I’ll never forget planting our tree for the tree ceremony and hearing The Little Mermaid (Kiss the Girl) in the background. Unforgettable.” Here are the musicians outside at this lovely home wedding.
Peabody, Massachusetts ~ November 3, 2018
Bryan wanted to make everything perfect for his beautiful bride Amanda, so he booked a Sweet Harmony violinist and cellist for their program of cool modern pop songs (including the music from Game of Thrones!). We found Rebecca Shaw and Joy Grimes and made sure of the details for the day. Afterwards, Bryan wrote: “Everything was amazing and our family and friends loved the string duo. We got so many compliments and they rocked! Thank you for all your help and quick responses. You’re simply amazing and I appreciate everything.” Congratulations, Bryan & Amanda, and you’re so welcome! Read Bryan’s review on TheKnot here (from Bryan B on 4/23/19).
Danville, California ~ September 22, 2018
Elizabeth & Gundy got married outdoors in an exquisite home wedding. To play for them, Sweet Harmony hired local musicians Grijda Spiri (Greek violinist extraordinaire) and Betty Wu (highly accomplished cellist). They performed the bride’s favorite music list of classics and timeless romantic songs! These beautiful images of our musicians were captured by Valentina Kohnenkampf of MYMK Photography.
Greenville, South Carolina ~ August 4, 2018
Congratulations to Samara & Vincent, the lovely couple! Sweet Harmony found local violinist Ginger Greer to play their favorite Brazilian bossa novas, complete with backing tracks, as well as a unique lineup of pop melodies. Ginger chose to play her cool electric violin for their ceremony. And we received this exquisite series of photos from Anthony Cook at Coffee and Camera Photography! All took place in the breathtaking setting of the Janie Earle Furman Rose Garden at Furman University. Read Samara’s review on Google here.