Violinists for hire in Aberdeen

Hire a violinist in Aberdeen for your special occasion. Whether you're planning a wedding, dinner, party or even a proposal, a violinist makes for a beautiful addition to an event. Playing genres from classical and pop, to folk and Bollywood, you can browse 104 of the most professional musicians nearby right here.

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ViolinistPeterlee(168 mi)

An experienced and professional solo violinist for weddings, parties, anniversaries, proposals and more.

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From£165
ViolinistNewcastle upon Tyne(151 mi)

Violinist, oboist and singer based in Newcastle, I specialise in traditional and classical musics.

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ViolinistRipon(210 mi)

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ViolinistDalry(141 mi)

Diane is a professional musician working mainly in Glasgow. She has many years experience playing in orchestras and with her string quartet.

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ViolinistBathgate(106 mi)

Mary is a highly experienced fiddle player and caller. Originally from Northern Ireland, she has a distinctive and lively style.

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ViolinistHull(245 mi)

Professional Solo acoustic or electric Violinist, available across the East Yorkshire area for Weddings, Parties or other solo opportunities

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From£160
ViolinistLeeds(232 mi)

Live Electric or Acoustic Violin Performance for any Occasion. POP, CLASSIC, BOLLYWOOD.

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From£200
ViolinistGlasgow(121 mi)

Isla Ratcliff is a fiddle player, Scots singer, songwriter and composer, who is passionate about music's positive impact on our wellbeing.

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From£450
ViolinistShipley(229 mi)

Established in 2011, Live Lounge have built an enviable reputation as one of the top wedding and function bands in the region.

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ViolinistLivingston(101 mi)

Dave and Laure have wide experience of all varieties of Scottish/Irish music and have performed for numerous functions , weddings , etc.

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ViolinistEdinburgh(94 mi)

Violinist from Glasgow based in Edinburgh with extensive playing experience available for weddings and other functions.

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ViolinistLeeds(231 mi)

A Northern Irish Composer, Arranger, Tutor, Singer-Songwriter, Multi-Instrumentalist and most dominantly a Performer.

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ViolinistNewcastle upon Tyne(151 mi)

Music student at Newcastle University with a background in classical and session music. I play a lot of jazz and modern music.

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From£190
ViolinistDenny(104 mi)

I am a professional freelance violinist based in the Glasgow/Edinburgh area.

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From£90
ViolinistHebden Bridge(232 mi)

Stephen is versatile violinist, with many genres. Whether the music is swing to dance to, gypsy music or a quartet he will adapt for you

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From£150
ViolinistGlasgow(121 mi)

Anne started playing the violin aged 10 has a love for different genres of music from ceilidh to classical.

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From£160
ViolinistYork(224 mi)

Yorkshire violinist available for weddings, funerals, private functions, and corporate events

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ViolinistGlasgow(121 mi)

Irish/Iranian based in Glasgow

Frequently asked questions

What kind of music can a violinist play?

Pretty much anything! Violinists will usually be most comfortable playing classical music, but that doesn't mean they won't be able whip up fresh renditions of your favourite pop, folk, or jazz tunes. Best to check first before asking them to play krautrock though.

Will I need to provide the violinist with any equipment?

Other than a seat for breaks, probably not. If your venue is small, they will likely play unamplified. All they'll need to make the music happen is their violin, a bow, and a receptive audience (oh, and probably a music stand). If your venue is larger, they should be able to provide amplification.

Do violinists normally play with backing tracks?

It depends. If you only want the violinist’s performance to include classical pieces, they probably won’t need backing tracks. If the violinist’s performance includes pop songs or other styles, they may be able to provide backing tracks to fill out their performance. They’ll often perform the melody line of popular tunes, alongside pre-prepared backing tracks (think: ‘Perfect’ by Ed Sheeran, or ‘Skyfall’ by Adele - these songs sound great played on violin!).

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