Orcas Island’s beauty and peace can always make a wedding better; but there is no replacement for appropriate music to bring guests to tears or keep the dancers moving! Resident musicians, many with professional performance backgrounds, are ready and able to provide the style of music you most want for your special day. Hear the beauty of Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands!
Harpist/Pianist Lisa Carter performs with Emy Carter on violin and Paris Wilson on violin for a truly classical romantic sound for your wedding. The classically trained trio can perform many classical pieces, but are very talented in composing and arranging popular songs that can be performed at your wedding. Please visit our website at almostclassicalmusic.com or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Call 360-376-2187 - Eastsound, Orcas Island
Bruce Pavitt is an engaging speaker, music historian, professional DJ and the founder of Seattle’s Sub Pop record label. He is available for speaking engagements, independent consulting, and rocking the house as a DJ.
Guitarist and Vocalist
Dr. Dirty and Band du Jour
Tre Voci is a string trio located on beautiful Orcas Island. Let us provide the music for your special occasion. Visit our website at TreVoci.com for samples of our music and more information.
Choosing Kathie’s Celtic harp music is the perfect way to add magic to your celebration – whether it be wedding music, background music for a reception or dinner party, event music for a retirement party, harp music for a memorial service, or a unique event such as a wine tasting, a gallery opening or a holiday affair – Celtic harp music celebrates life events. Contact Kathie at Celtic Harp Music for a complementary event consultation and estimate.
Bob Leytze & Mike Adams play Beatles, Zepplin, Elvis Costello, The Who, U2, and originals. Good singing and playing. Energetic dynamics along with other dog and pony show highlights...always fun, expect the unexpected...Recently we have started having opening Acts. We are doing this to promote other local talents that don't get out as much as much...We have an abundance of talent here and do our best to bring it to your attention...m.a. For booking email email@example.com or call 378-5720 or 298- 1072
Jenny Pederson & Tim McHugh Flutist Duo
Carolyn Cruso has been performing professionally in both the United States and Europe for two decades as a multi- instrumentalist playing hammered dulcimer, various flutes, guitar and vocals. She celebrates the release of her new instrumental recording, Migrations – A Retrospective (1989-1995), which draws from four early albums she made with the late great Robert Almblade. Carolyn’s performances have been called powerful and emotionally provocative. Her lyrics are thoughtful, poetic and possess a compelling sense of longing. Her vocals are tough and tender. Her guitar chordings have been described as delicious and her playing is dynamic and expressive
Ron Myers began classical training at the age of six, and continued for the next eleven years. A forty-year professional career precluded music as a full time endeavor. Ron was afforded the opportunity to travel world-wide and was always able to find a piano to play. Dance band, radio shows, piano bars, weddings, variety shows, and special events have all contributed to his musical experience. John Liger began singing at three. His mother, a very talented pianist; his dad, a professional singer. He discovered jazz at age 16 and began singing in vocal groups. He began working with Ron Myers in 1995 while performing in Music Man.
Romantic songs, violin music and fiddle tunes (upbeat and slow waltzes) with guitar accompaniment or solo violin. Sharon Abreu performs as a soloist, singing and accompanying herself on guitar or playing violin. Sharon Abreu and Michael Hurwicz perform songs in acoustic folk, pop and classical styles, with rich vocal harmonies, acoustic guitars, violin and bass. Classical piano accompanist also available to accompany solo voice repertoire.
An old time string band and then some. Without the least amount of hesitation, The Olga Symphony has been known to strum, pluck, pound on, blow into, blow over, squeeze or shake a significant variety of instruments. The type of music they play includes Old Time fiddle tunes, Celtic folk, old obscure ballads, swing tunes, everything from Jimmy Rodgers to Irving Berlin.