How will I know what music selections to make for my wedding ceremony?
Sue and Robin’s active repertoire of beautiful Celtic melodies include many that perfectly set the mood for the occasion. The above videos of the 17th-century Irish harp tune Loftus Jones and Jay Ungar’s famous Ashokan Farewell (from the Ken Burns documentary The Civil War) give a taste of their range and mastery. They can also provide wedding favorites such as Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Trumpet Voluntary, and Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring. With a combined experience of over 500 wedding events, Sue and Robin can easily fit their music to your event.
What if I want a music selection that isn’t in Sue and Robin’s repertoire?
Talk to us! If it’s adaptable for Celtic harp and guitar, it’s almost surely possible.
Are the instruments amplified?
Sue and Robin are equipped with a Fishman SA330x mobile sound system and can provide amplification as necessary whenever conditions require it, at no extra charge. (They love playing unamplified too, if the acoustics of the space allow.)
Where will Sue and Robin play for weddings?
Sue and Robin are based in the Asheville area and primarily play there and in the surrounding western North Carolina region. If you’re outside WNC, talk to us and let’s see what we can work out.
What does it cost to have Sue and Robin play at my wedding?
Ceremony only: $750
Reception only: $950
Ceremony and reception: $1400
(Outside an 80-mile radius of Asheville, a small per-mile surcharge will apply.)
Can Sue and Robin accompany a singer?
Sure, with a brief rehearsal with the singer before the event begins.
Can Sue and Robin play outside?
Absolutely, as long as they’re not getting rained on!