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The Element String Quartet, Trio & Duo

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The Element String Trio was formed by Luke Howard, Caroline Waters and Martin McNicholas and is named after the late Peter Element, concert pianist and professor at the Royal College of Music. Peter Element was Luke's piano professor during his four years at the RCM and his style of teaching and approach to the performance of music made profound and enduring impression on his students there. Having worked with Emily Groom on several occasions we were delighted that she agreed to join us so that we can perform from the vast treasure-trove that is the string quartet repertoire and completing The Element String Quartet.

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Classical crossover, Christmas, Contemporary Christian, Traditional church music, Classical, Baroque, Contemporary classical, Film / TV music, Musical theatre, Opera, Fanfare, Renaissance, 1990s era music, 1980s era music, 1970s era music, 1960s era music, 1950s era music, Jazz, Swing, Ragtime, Latin jazz, Cabaret, Gypsy jazz, Blues, Light music, Easy listening, Originals, Pop, Acoustic, Funk rock, Covers, Top 40, Disco, Indie, Pop rock, Britpop, Classic rock
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Song list

This is a good selection of our repertoire but not a complete list. You will find the following headings below:
Quartet - Pop, Classical, Jazz
Trio - Pop, Classical, Jazz
Duo - Classical, Pop and Rock, Jazz, Folk and Show
QUARTET POP
· A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
All of Me – John Legend
All You Need is Love – Lennon and McCartney
Always – Bon Jovi
Annie's Song – John Denver
Beautiful Day – U2
Beauty and the Beast – Alan Menken
Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve
Bohemian Rhapsody – Queen
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Call Me Maybe – Carly Rae Jepsen
Can you feel the Love Tonight – Elton John
Can't Help Falling in Love – Weiss
Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol
Don't Stop Believing – Journey
Dream a Little Dream – Wilbur
Everlasting Love – Gaydon
Everything I do, I do it for you – Bryan Adams
Fields of Gold – Sting
Frosty the Snowman – Nelson and Rollins
God Only Knows – Beach Boys
Good Riddance – Time of your Life
Halo – Beyonce
Hello – Lionel Ritchie
Hoppipolla – Sigur Ros
Hotel California – The Eagles
How to Save a Life – The Fray
I Don't Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
I Got a Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
I'm Yours – Jason Mraz
Iris – The Goo Goo Dolls
Isn't she lovely? – Stevie Wonder
It Must be Love – Madness
It's all about You – McFly
Jingle Bell Rock – Beal and Boothe
Just the Way you Are – Bruno Mars
Just the Way you Are – Billy Joel
Lego House – Ed Sheeran
Let it Snow – Khan and Styne
Loving You is Easy – The Charlatans
Make You Feel My Love – Bob Dylan
Mamma Mia – Abba
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Mr Blue Sky – ELO
Nothing Compares to you – Prince
One Day like This – Elbow
Only You – Yazoo
Over and Over Again – Nate Sykes
Paradise – Coldplay
Perfect – Ed Sheeran
Perfect with Pachelbel’s Canon – Ed Sheeran
Pompeii – Bastille
Rather Be – Clean Bandit
Santa Claus is Coming to Town – Gillespie and Coots
Say you won't let go – James Arthur
She – Aznavour and Kretzmer
Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
Somebody to Love – Queen
Stand by me – Ben E. King
Stand by your Man – Tammy Wynette
Summer – Calvin Harris
Sweet Child of Mine – Guns and Roses
The Man with the Child in his Eyes – Kate Bush
There She Goes – The La’s
True – Spandau Ballet
Viva la Vida – Coldplay
Wake me up – Avicii
We Have All the Time in the World – John Barry
When a Man Loves a Woman – Percy Sledge
When I'm Sixty-Four – Lennon and McCartney
Winter Wonderland – Smith and Bernard
With or Without You – U2
Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
Wonderwall – Oasis
Yellow – Coldplay
You Really Got Me – The Kinks
You're Beautiful – James Blunt
You're the first, my last, my everything – Barry White
QUARTET - CLASSICAL
Albeniz – Tango Op 165 No 2
Arlen – Over the Rainbow from the “Wizard of Oz”
Bach – Air
Bach – Air on a G String from Orchestral Suite No 3
Bach – Jeus Joy of Man's Desiring
Bach – Sheep May Safely Graze
Bach/Gounod – Ave Maria
Barber – Adagio
Barber – String Quartet
Beethoven – Ode to Joy
Bellini – Casta Diva from “Norma”
Bizet – Au Fond du Temple Saint from “The Pearl Fishers”
Bizet – Entracte from “Carmen”
Bizet – Carmen Fantasie - a medley of melodies from “Carmen”
Bizet – Habanera from “Carmen”
Bizet – Prelude from Suite from “Carmen”
Boccherini – Minuet
Borodin – First Polovtsian Dance from “Prince Igor”
Borodin – Polovtsian Dances from “Prince Igor”
Charpentier – Te Deum Prelude
Chopin – Mazurka in A minor Op 7 No 2
Clarke – Trumpet Voluntary
Cottrau – Santa Lucia
Debussy – Clair de Lune
Debussy – Golliwogg's Cakewalk from “Children's Corner”
Delibes – Flower Duet from “Lakme"
Delibes – Pizzicato Polka from “Sylvia”
Denza – Funiculi Funicula
di Capua – O Sole Mio
Donizetti – Una Furtiva Lagrima from “L'elisir d’amore"
Dvorak – Humoresque
Dvorak – String Quartet - the American
Elgar – Nimrod from “Enigma Variations”
Elgar – Salut d'Amour
Gershwin – Preludes
Grieg – Norwegian Dance No 2
Grieg – Norwegian Dance No 3
Grieg – Studenterens Serenade Op 73 No 6
Handel – Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Handel – Air from the Water Music
Handel – Hornpipe from the “Water Music” (in D)
Handel – Affetuoso from the “Fireworks Music”
Handel – La Paix from the “Fireworks Music”
Handel – Menuets 1&2 from the “Fireworks Music”
Handel – Bourée
Handel – La Réjoussance from the “Fireworks Music”
Handel – Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Holst – Jig from St Paul's Suite
Irish Trad. – Londonderry Air
Jenkins – Palladio
Leoncavallo – Vesti la Giubba from “I Pagliacci”
Lloyd-Webber – All I Ask of You from “Phantom of the Opera”
Massenet – Meditation from “Thais”
Mendelssohn – On Wings of Song
Mendelssohn – Sehnsuchtig Op 7 No 6
Mendelssohn – Wedding March from “A Midsummer Night's Dream”
Mouret – Rondeau
Mozart – Divertimento in Bb
Mozart – Divertimento in D
Mozart – Divertimento in F
Mozart – Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Offenbach – Barcarolle from “Tales of Hoffmann”
Pachelbel – Canon in D
Pachelbel – Gigue
Ponchielli – Cielo e Mar from “La Gioconda”
Puccini – Nessun Dorma from “Turandot”
Puccini – Me Chiamo Mimi from “La Boheme”
Puccini – Nessun Dorma
Puccini – O Mio Babbino Caro from “Gianni Schicchi"
Puccini – Quando m’en vo from “La Boheme”
Purcell – Trumpet Tune
Purcell – Two Rondeaux from “Abdelazar” and “The Fairy Queen”
Satie – Gymnopedie no.3
Schandt and Andree – Dream a Little Dream of me
Schonberg – I Dreamed a Dream from “Les Miserables”
Schubert – Ave Maria
Schubert – March Militaire
Schubert – Serenade
Schumann – Traumerei
Sousa – The Liberty Bell March
Strauss – Waltzes
Sullivan – Three Little Maids from School from “The Mikado”
Tchaikovsky – Waltz from “The Sleeping Beauty”
Tchaikovsky – Waltz from “Swan Lake”
Ungar – Ashokan Farewell
Verdi – La Donna e mobile from “Rigoletto”
Verdi – Libiamo from “La Traviata”
Verdi – The Anvil Chorus from “Il Trovatore”
Vivaldi – Largo from “Concerto for lute, 2 violins and continuo”
Vivaldi – Largo from “The Four Seasons”
Vivaldi – Nulla in Mundo
Wagner – Wedding March
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QUARTET - JAZZ/TV/MUSICALS
· A Million Dreams from “The Greatest Showman” – Benj Pasek
All I Ask of You from “Phantom of the Opera” – Lloyd Webber
At Last – Etta James
Downton Abbey theme – John Lunn
Falling Slowly (from Once) – John Carney
Flower of Scotland – The Corries
Gabriel's Oboe – Morricone
Londonderry Air – Trad Irish
Makin’ Whoopee – Donaldson
Married Life (Theme from “Up”) – Giacchino
Promenade - Walking the Dog from “Shall
We Dance” – Gershwin
Ragtime Dance – Joplin
She – Aznavour and Kretzmer
Skye Boat Song – Trad.
Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Harold Arlen
Summertime from “Porgy and Bess” – Gershwin
Sway / Cherry Pink – Beltran/Louis Guy
Swing Low Sweet Chariot – Spiritual
The Entertainer – Joplin
The Folks who live on the Hill – Kern
Theme from "Game of Thrones" – Djawadi
Theme from “Poldark" – Anne Dudley
Top Hat, White Tie and Tails – Berlin
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong / Weiss
TRIO - POP
· A Sky Full of Stars – Coldplay
A Thousand Years – Perri
All of Me – Legend
All You Need is Love – Lennon and McCartney
Always – Bon Jovi
Angels – Robbie Williams
Annie's Song – John Denver
As tears go by – The Rolling Stones
Beauty and the Beast – Menken
Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve
Bridge over Troubled Water – Paul Simon
Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
Can you feel the Love Tonight? – Elton John
Champagne Supernova – Oasis
Diamonds are Forever – Shirley Bassey
Everlasting Love – Love Affair
Fields of Gold – Sting
God Only Knows – Wilson
Halo – Beyonce
Here comes the Sun – George Harrison
How long will I Love You? – Ellie Goulding
I don't want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith
I'm Yours – Jason Mraz
Imagine – John Lennon
Isn't She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
It must be Love – Madness
It's all about You – McFly
Just the Way you Are – Billy Joel
Just the Way you Are – Bruno Mars
Love Story – Taylor Swift
Lucy and the Sky with Diamonds – Lennon and McCartney
Make You Feel My Love – Bob Dylan
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Nobody does it Better – Hamlisch
Nothing else matters – Metallica
One Day Like This – Elbow
Perfect – Ed Sheeran
Pretty Woman – Roy Orbison
Say you won't Let Go – James Arthur
Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
Somebody to Love – Queen
Stand by Me – Ben E King
Take a Chance on Me – Abba
There She Goes – The La’s
Use Somebody – Kings of Leon
Viva la Vida – Coldplay
Wake me up – Avicii
We Found Love – Calvin Harris
We have all the Time in the World – John Barry
We've only just begun – The Carpenters
When a Man loves Woman – Percy Sledge
Wonderwall – Oasis
Yellow – Coldplay
You're Beautiful – James Blunt
You're the first, my last, my everything – Barry White
TRIO - CLASSICAL
· Bach – Air
Bach – Arioso
Bach – Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring
Bach – Sheep May Safely Graze
Bach – Wachet Auf
Beethoven – Ode to Joy
Bizet – Duet from “The Pearl Fishers”
Charpentier – Trumpet Tune from “Te Deum”
Clarke – Trumpet Voluntary
Debussy – Clair de Lune
Delibes – Flower Duet from “Lakme"
Dvorak – Humoresque
Einaudi – I Giorni
Einaudi – Two Sunsets
Elgar – Nimrod from “Enigma Variations”
Elgar – Salut d'Amour
Franck – Panis Angelicus
Handel – Air
Handel – Bourée
Handel – Hornpipe in D from the “Water Music”
Handel – Hornpipe in F from the “Water Music”
Handel – La Réjouissance
Handel – 2 Minutes from the “Fireworks Music”
Handel – The Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
Jenkins – Benedictus from “The Armed Man”
Mascagni – Intermezzo
Massenet – Meditation from “Thais”
Morricone – Gabriel's Oboe
Mouret – Rondeau
Mozart – Alleluia from “Exultate Jubilate”
Mozart – Andantine from Piano Concerto no. 21
Mozart – Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
Mozart – Rondo a la Turka
Offenbach – Barcarolle from “The Tales of Hoffmann”
Pachelbel – Canon
Pachelbel – Gigue
Puccini – Nessun Dorma from "Turandot"
Puccini – O Mio Babbino Caro from “Gianni Schicchi"
Purcell – Trumpet Tune
Schubert – Ave Maria
Schumann – Traumerei
Tchaikovsky – Waltz from “The Sleeping Beauty”
Vivaldi – Largo from “The Four Seasons”
Vivaldi – Nulla in Mundo
TRIO - JAZZ
A Million Dreams from “The Greatest Showman” – Pasek & Paul
A Nightingale Sang in Berkeley Square – Sherwin
Always – Berlin
Anything Goes – Porter
At Last – James
Can't Help Falling in Love – Weiss
Five foot two, eyes of blue – Young/Lewis/Henderson
Happy Birthday – Anon
I can't give you anything but Love – Fields/McHugh
It don't mean a thing – Ellington
Let's Do It – Porter
Puttin' on the Ritz – Berlin
She – Aznavour and Kretzmer
Smoke gets in your Eyes – Kern
Tango – Albeniz
Tango for una Cabeza – Gardel
Top Hat White Tie and Tails – Berlin
When I Fall in Love – Heyman and Young
What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong / Weiss
DUO - CLASSICAL
Bach - "Air on a G string"
Bach - "Air" (from "Partita VI")
Bach - "Andante" from "Anna Magdalena Notebook"
Bach - "Arioso"
Bach - "Jesu, joy of man's desiring"
Bach - "Wachet Auf" ("Sleepers, Awake!")
Bach - 2 part invention no 1
Bach - 2 part invention no 4
Bach - 2 part invention no 8
Beethoven - "Ode to Joy" (from "9th Symphony")
Beethoven - "Für Elise"
Brahms - "Hungarian Dance, No. 5"
Charpentier - "Trumpet Tune" (from "Te Deum")
Clarke - "Trumpet Voluntary"
Dvorâk - "Humoresque"
Einaudi - "I Giorni"
Franck - "Panis Angelicus"
Pachelbel - "Canon"
Mendelssohn - "Wedding March" (from music for "A Midsummer Night's Dream")
Handel - "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba" from "Solomon"
Handel - "La Rejouissance" from "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
Handel - "Bourrée" from "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
Handel - "Menuet 1 and 2" from "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
Handel - "La Paix" from "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
Handel - "Affetuoso/ cantabile" from "Music for the Royal Fireworks"
Handel - "Air"from Suite in F "Water Music"
Handel - "Hornpipe" from Suite in F "Water Music"
Handel - "Bourree" from Suite in F "Water Music"
Handel - "Hornpipe" from Suite in D "Water Music"
Massenet - "Meditation" (from "Thaïs")
Mouret - "Rondeau"
Purcell - "Trumpet Tune"
Puccini - "Nessun Dorma"
Haydn - "Violin and cello duo in D major"
Vivaldi - "Largo" (from "Winter" - "The Four Seasons")
Vivaldi - "Allegro" (from "Spring" - "The Four Seasons")
Schumann - "Träumerei" ("Dreaming" from "Scenes from Childhood)
Verdi - "La Donna e Mobile"
Verdi - "Libiamo" - (from "La Traviata")
Wagner - "Wedding March" (from "Lohengrin")
Schubert - "Ave Maria"
Schubert - "Serenade"
DUO - POP AND ROCK
"A Thousand Years" – Christina Perri
"All of me" - John Legend
"All you need is Love" – Lennon and McCartney
"Always" - Bon Jovi
"Annie’s Song" – John Denver
"Beautiful Day" – U2 Bono
"Beauty and the Beast" – Alan Menken
"Beauty and the Beast (prologue)" – Alan Menken
"Bittersweet Symphony" – The Verve
"Bohemian Rhapsody" - Queen
"Brown eyed girl" - Van Morrison
"Can you feel the Love Tonight?" – Elton John
"Can't help falling in love" - Elvis
"Chasing Cars" - Snow Patrol
"Cloudbusting" - Kate Bush
"Diamonds are forever" - Shirley Bassey
"Everlasting love" - Love Affair
"Fields of gold" - Sting
"Girls like you" - Maroon 5
"God only Knows" – The Beach Boys
"Good riddance (time of your life)" - Greenday
"Halo"– Beyonce
"Have I told you lately that I love you?" - Van Morrison
"Hello" - Lionel Ritchie
"Hoppipolla" - Sigur Ros
"I don’t wanna miss a thing" – Aerosmith
"In my blood" - Shawn Mendes
"I'm yours" - Jason Mraz
"I gotta feeling" - Black Eyed Peas
"Iris" - Goo Goo Dolls
"Isn’t she lovely" – Stevie Wonder
"I't's all about you" - McFly
"It must be love" - Madness / Labi Siffre
"Imagine" - John Lennon
"Just the way you are" – Bruno Mars
"Lego House" - Ed Sheeran
"Marry You" - Bruno Mars
"Make you feel my love" – Adele / Bob Dylan
"My heart will go on" - Celine Dion
"One Day like this" – Elbow
"Paradise" - Coldplay
"Perfect" - Ed Sheeran
"Pretty Woman" - Roy Orbison
"Pompeii" - Bastille
"Rather be" - Clean Bandit
"Say you won't let go" - James Arthur
"Signed, sealed, delivered" - Stevie Wonder
"Somebody to love" - Queen
"Sound of Silence" – Paul Simon
"Stand by me" – Ben E King
"Shape of You" – Ed Sheeran
"Sweet child o' mine" - Guns N' Roses
"There she goes" - The La's
"Thinking out loud" – Ed Sheeran
"True" - Spandau Ballet
"Viva La Vida "– Coldplay
"Wake me up" Avicii
"Wildest dreams" - Taylor Swift
"Wonderwall" – Oasis
"Wonderful Tonight" – Eric Clapton
"Yellow" – Coldplay
"You’re Beautiful" – James Blunt
DUO - JAZZ, FOLK AND SHOW
"Anything Goes" (Cole Porter)
"At Last" (Gordon/Warren) as sung by Etta James
"Always" (Irving Berlin)
"Beauty and the beast" (Menken)
"Five foot two, eyes of blue" (Young, Lewis, Henderson)
"I can’t give you anything but love" (Fields/McHugh)
"I could have danced all night" (Loewe)
"It don’t mean a thing" (Duke Ellington)
"Let's do it" (Cole Porter)
"Over the Rainbow" (Harold Arlen)
"Putting on the Ritz" (Irving Berlin)
"Tango por una Cabeza" (Carlos Gardel)
"Tango" (Albenizl)
"The way you look tonight" (Fields/Kern)
"What a Wonderful World" (Thiele/Weiss) as sung by Louis Armstrong
"When I fall in Love" (Heyman/Young)
"Scarborough Fair " (traditional)
"Swing low, sweet chariot" (spiritual)
"A million dreams" (Pasek/Paul) from "The Greatest Showman"
"Main theme" and "Imperial March" (Williams) from "Star Wars"
"City of Stars" (Pasek/Paul) from "La la land"
"Nostalgia" and "Looking for you" (Morricone) from "Cinema Paradiso"
"Summer Nights" (Warren Casey/Jim Jacobs) from "Grease"
"Diamonds are Forever " (John Barry) from the James Bond film
Customer questions

What do your clients love most about your performances?

Our clients have said they like our friendly, professional approach from the moment they contact us until the end of our booking. They also love the fact that we have such a varied repertoire. I recommend you read our reviews if you have a moment.

Which venues have you performed at in the past?

We have performed at Keech Hospice Care for a celebratory event attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Other venues include - Hengrave Hall, Dodford Manor, Bassemead Barns, Brocket Hall, Waddesdon Manor, Woburn Picture Gallery, Castle Headington, The Barns - Bedford. The Swan hotel-Bedford, Whittlebury Hall. South Farm -Shingay-cum-Wendy...many more!

Which artists have you been most influenced by?

We have been influenced by so many over the years. Listening to a wide range of music has made us realise that as a string ensemble we can play anything including classical music but so much more than that. Listening and learning from our own professors in the music conservatoires where we have studied has probably been our greatest influence overall!

What is the most high profile gig you've performed?

Our performance at Keech Hospice Care for a celebratory event attended by the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

Do you have different line-up options?

We are a flexible ensemble working as a string quartet, trio or duo. We are also able to provide you with a violin and piano duo and even an organist if required! (our cellist is multi-skilled!)

What if my timings change after I've booked you?

If your timings change after a booking we will do our very best to accommodate you. Payment for extra time can be easily be organised. We always try our best to be flexible to help ensure your event runs as smoothly as possible. If timings change slightly in the run up to the event just let us know

How much time do you need to set up?

As we are an acoustic ensemble we require minimum time for set up. However we like to arrive between 30 mins -1 hr before the event to ensure everyone is ready and and relaxed.

Can I pick the pieces you play from the set list?

We have playlists for each of our line-ups and our clients may choose anything they would like. We have lists for Classical, Pop and Rock and Jazz. We are also happy for clients to request a piece/song that is not on our list as we are usually able to source music quite easily. If the music is unavailable, then we can arrange it especially for the client:)

Do you bring all the equipment you need to perform?

Yes - absolutely. We bring everything we need to play! We will require chairs without arms and if we are to play outside we would request some shady spot or cover - this is to protect our valuable instruments.

Can you learn specific pieces before the event?

If a song isn't included in our playlist list there may still be a chance we already know it. If there is a special song you'd like us to learn we are happy to do this for you. If we need to arrange it especially for you because it is not available to buy there will be an extra fee of £40

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Reviews

From Encore customers:

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Astrid M
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5 out of 5

Stunning performance during our welcome drinks at our wedding. Communication was easy and efficient before the event. Could not recommend high enough

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Mr. T
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5 out of 5

The Element String Trio played for an hour during our wedding reception and were brilliant. Really great at communicating from the outset and their choice of songs was perfect for our occasion. Would definitely recommend and hire them again.

Reply from The Element String Quartet, Trio & Duo
1 month ago

Hi Alex, thank you for your kind review. It was such a treat to play for you and your guests.... and what a wonderful venue too. Sending my very best wishes to you and Hannah. Thanks again Caroline 🙂🎻

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James S
2 months ago
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5 out of 5

Absolutely amazing, one of the highlights of our special day. A fantastic duo who sounded fantastic; excellent selection of songs and beautifully played. Would highly recommend of you want to add some real class to your day.

Reply from The Element String Quartet, Trio & Duo
2 months ago

Thank you James for your lovely review. It was our pleasure to play for you and your guests. We're so pleased you enjoyed the music . Best wishes to you both. Caroline

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Chris E
2 months ago
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5 out of 5

Caroline and Luke were an absolutely brilliant addition to our wedding. They played beautifully and were so easy to organise with minimal fuss. I’d highly recommend using The Element String quartet, trio or duo.

Reply from The Element String Quartet, Trio & Duo
2 months ago

Thank you Chris, for your kind review. It really was our pleasure to play for you and your guests. Best wishes, Caroline

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Pam B
3 months ago, for a Wedding in Woburn Rd
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A huge, huge thank you to you & your quartet for playing at our wedding. You were fabulous. Having you play at our day made it extra special. The pieces you played for our ceremony made us both feel so emotional, as I am sure you saw and I keep seeing the image in my mind of you playing in the garden under the trees and it brings tears to my eyes. All our guests were commenting how wonderful it was and such a surprise as we had not told them we were having a string quartet to play. Thank you again. Kind regards Pam & Russ

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Abi P
5 months ago, for a Wedding in Church End
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5 out of 5

We could not recommend The Element String Quartet enough. We had them for our wedding and from the first point of contact they were fabulous. We unfortunately had to reschedule due to covid and they very kindly and professionally dealt with the situation, leaving us feeling a lot less stressed. We had regular contact and updates throughout the process, and you did not feel like just another booking. We wanted a particular song playing that they very kindly learnt again with no hesitation. On the day was pure perfection and from the bottom of my heart cannot thank them enough. If you are thinking of having a string quartet/trio or duo, you honestly will not be disappointed. Such a wonderful team.

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