Music for your wedding
If you're looking for something to make your special day that bit more special, why not consider booking some live music. Music can be played as part of the ceremony, the drinks reception, or the reception itself.
Angharad can be booked to play solo violin, or as part of a violin and harp duo with her mother, Delyth Jenkins.
Please note, that due to Angharad's busy touring schedule, there are certain times of the year that are more difficult than others. If you would like to discuss any ideas, please feel free to contact Angharad.
The happy pair: Sam and Branwen Dinnis on receiving their bespoke, hand-written wedding melody, framed and signed by Angharad. Listen to the piece, which was recorded live at Y Parlwr, Cardiff, February 2017.
Bespoke wedding keep-sake
Your very own wedding tune
If you're looking for something to set your special day apart from everyone else's, why not consider commissioning a piece of music especially for you and your partner.
This will be your very own piece of music to mark your big day. Imagine walking down the isle to a beautiful piece of music that was written especially for you; each time you hear that music, it will take you back to that moment.
Or perhps you are attending a wedding, and you're looking for a unique wedding gift that will be treasured for years to come.
There are a number of different ways the music can be presented. The most basic package includes your tune, hand-written, framed and signed by Angharad, as well as a recording of your tune on solo violin. If you would like additional instruments on your recording, this will come at an extra cost.
If you would like your tune performed live at your wedding, this can be arranged, but depends on the location of the wedding and Angharad's availability. If unavailable, a copy of the music could be presented to another musician to be performed on the big day.
What will the music sound like?
Angharad writes instrumental music with a traditional feel. The music can be recorded with any number of instruments, however there is an extra cost involved with each additional instrument. Usually, we recommend either solo violin, violin and harp, or violin and guitar.
Who owns the copyright?
The copyright of the music remains with Angharad, however, you are free to use the music whenever you like.
If you are interested in commissioning a piece of music, contact Angharad for more information and pricing.