Music has a very special place in an Anglican wedding ceremony and we can provide many different options for you to choose from.
When choosing music please take into consideration that it must be suitable for a religious ceremony and that there will be many other opportunities throughout the day to play music that is special to you. To discuss your music choices in detail, please contact our wedding coordinator Amanda Clarke who is happy to help you.
It is usual to play 3 pieces of music during the service; for the bride's entrance, during the signing of certificates and for the couple's exit. You may also like to have music playing for your guests while they wait for the bride to arrive and the service to begin. You will find an extensive list of suggestions for wedding music below, with links to YouTube examples for you to listen to, in case they are unfamiliar to you. We welcome classical duos/quartets to play at weddings, but please contact our Wedding Coordinator before booking to ensure your choice of musicians is suitable for the venue.
Only live music is permitted at Ayia Kyriaki so if you choose to have your wedding at this lovely church our organist will provide the music you select from the list below. There is no additional fee for this.
At all other venues, including St. George’s, Panagia Odigitria and St Nicholas’ Chapel both recorded and live music is permitted. If you would like recorded music that is not on our list of suggestions you may be asked to bring it on a CD or USB drive. Please discuss your music choices with our Wedding Coordinator to confirm they are suitable.