With more than a decade of experience
delivering a service tailored to your needs
Add an air of elegance to your wedding with the beauty of the harp.
Madeline has over 10 years of experience playing at weddings and celebrations.
She prides herself on her services and and is comitted to providing a service tailored to your needs. She has a popular range of repertoire and also happily accepts special requests.
Madeline can play during the Ceremony (whether a Civil Ceremony or a church wedding) and during the drinks reception and wedding breakfast. She is also happy to play at any other point during the day.
Madeline offers a free consultation for anyone interested in having her play at their event so that you can discuss repertoire choices and hear the beautiful music of the harp.
Download her wedding music brochure here, optimised for mobile:
N.b. Due to the current pandemic, Madeline is holding consultations online. For postponed weddings, she has changed the dates free of charge.
Examples of when Madeline could play during your wedding:
Prelude (half an hour as family and guests arrive and take their seats)
Processional (entrance of the bride)
Signing of the Register
Recessional (exit of the bride and groom)
Prices start from £225 and include special requests, a free consultation where you can meet Madeline and discuss music for your special day, and travel within 1.5 hours of Madeline's home in Birmingham.
If you are interested in having Madeline play at your wedding and would like to book a free consultation, or if you have any other questions then please
feel free to contact her.
'We were very impressed not only with her brilliant performance, but also with her professionalism. Madeline was able to play both from an extensive repertoire and pieces upon request. In the church, her music provided an absolutely wonderful setting when guests were arriving, as well as a lovely interlude for moments such as signing the register. Then, her playing added a fantastic ambience throughout our three-hour long marquee reception in an English, countryside garden. We would highly recommend Madeline.'