Viva La Strings
Viva la Strings is more than a group of musicians. We are friends, we perform together regularly and we will bring to your event the polished professionalism you expect when planning an event. We know how to bring just the right musical detail and personal consultation to make yours an event to be remembered for a lifetime.
Wedding ceremonies- we work with you to help design just the right musical ambiance that reflects your personality and taste. From Traditional Church to Campy Contemporary or a mix of both, Viva la Strings has music for all tastes. We will work with you as you plan the parts of your ceremony, making your wedding day personal and special.
Cocktail hour / Dinner music – Start your cocktail hour with our upbeat pop music, from classic rock to current pop, then transition to soothing and sophisticated dinner music while your guests enjoy your hospitality, great food and wonderful music.
Corporate Events/ Private Parties – So your business is having an annual meeting and you want to get things started with that ice breaking reception. Viva la Strings Guitar/Violin/Cello trio can bring a casual, inviting atmosphere to help your collegues relax before the business starts. Or that special birthday or anniversary is coming up and your are having a few close family and friends. A lovely duo of violin and cello can help create an intimate and personal feel for that special time of reflection.
Viva la Strings also is also available for Assisted Living Residential events, Community Concerts in the Park, Brown Bag Noon time concerts and events, and we supply musicians for musicals, to enhance church worship music, and recording sessions.
Viva la Strings core ensembles include String Quartet, String Trio, String Duo, Guitar, Harp, Flute, Keyboard and Vocalist.
Any place live music is a must Viva la Strings can provide professional musicians. We network with professional musicians across the state, to if you are interested in Hammer Dulcimer, a Trumpet or Percussionist or any instrument in between, just ask!