Finishing touch styles

Classical

Possible combinations for Classical Musicians include:

  • Solo players:
Violin, cello, flute, guitar, piano, harp
  • 
Duos:
Guitar with violin, cello or flute/clarinet
Singers with accompanist

  • Trios:
String (violins/viola with cello)
Wind (flute, clarinet & bassoon)
 Guitar, flute & Cello
  • 
Quartets:
String (2 violins, viola & cello)
Trombone, guitar & brass

Jazz

Students, graduates and faculty musicians are happy to play at a large variety of special occasions including:

  • Wedding receptions
  • Corporate functions
  • Award nights
  • Balls
  • Dinners
  • Birthdays
  • Parties.

Any variety of ensembles can play at your event including:

  • Solo piano/guitar
  • Duos or sextets
  • Blues/Funk/Latin.

It is possible to build an ensemble during your function. For example, a soloist or a duo can be used for pre-dinner drinks, musicians can be added for dinner music and then again for dancing after dinner.

Possible combinations for Jazz musicians include:

  • Solo players: Guitar or piano.
  • Duos: Guitar or piano with bass, horn or vocals.
  • Trios: Guitar or piano with bass and horn, Drums or vocals.
  • Quartets and quintets: Various combinations of the above.
  • Larger ensembles by request

Updated:  15 January 2018/Responsible Officer:  Head of School/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications