Guitarist for Weddings and Events
Your wedding day should be the most special day of your life so far, however planning the perfect wedding is far from easy. Choosing the right wedding music is a key part of your preparations, as this can make or break the desired ambience for the most important part of your wedding; the ceremony. Wedding ceremony music is traditionally elegant in nature. The chosen music should also be meaningful to the couple and be a reflection of their personalities. What’s more, wedding music shouldn’t cost the earth. With so many other aspects to consider such as the wedding dress, catering, flowers etc, it’s essential to be smart with your wedding music budget, without compromising on quality of service.
Why Choose Ed?
Ed Peczek is a highly accomplished guitarist who specialises in providing live music for wedding ceremonies, drinks receptions, wedding breakfasts and other events. He provides the perfect soundtrack for your wedding, helping to create that beautifully elegant wedding you’ve so often dreamed of. You can choose from a large and varied repertoire and cherry pick the pieces of music which match the scene of your ideal wedding. This ensures that your wedding is a very personal affair. If you have a particular piece of music in mind, you can request a bespoke arrangement to be played during your wedding ceremony. This is an especially popular option for those couples wishing to further customise their wedding ceremony or break from tradition. For those who are unsure of which style of music would suit their ideal wedding, Ed is happy to offer his expert advice. His experience stems from over 10 years of performing at weddings all over the UK.
Ed studied at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, one of the UK’s leading music conservatoires and has performed in a number of prestigious venues including Houses of Parliament, De Vere Belfry and Birmingham Symphony Hall. His client list includes none other than Queen Elizabeth II, as well as Peter Mandleson, Alistair Campbell and BBC Radio Scotland.