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Introducing

Marcus Ford

Solo Guitarist

Weddings

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Looking For A Solo Wedding and Events Guitarist in Scotland?

Are you looking for a solo guitarist for a wedding or event in Scotland? Then consider have one of Scotland’s most accomplished solo guitarists to perform his specially selected repertoire which is sure to help to make your event unique and memorable. He has played at some of the most prestigious venues in Scotland including Edinburgh and Stirling Castles, Hopetoun House, One Devonshire Gardens, Balbirnie House, Former Royal Yacht Britannia, The Balmoral and Gleneagles Hotel. Internationally he has performed in Italy, Germany and four trips to China. Each year Marcus will perform at many weddings playing solo guitar.

The popularity of the guitar makes it the perfect wedding ceremony and reception instrument, atmospheric and romantic it creates the perfect ambiance for a wedding in Scotland. The equipment used is discreet and highly flexible meaning he is able to switch between rooms for example following on from the ceremony within no time at all he can be set up and playing over the drinks reception if required.

A typical booking scenario for a wedding ceremony can involve music before the vows, drinks afterwards and/or the breakfast.. Even music for the walk down the aisle can be included. Marcus will be happy to discuss this with clients to ensure that personal tastes and wishes are catered for in planning stages.

In addition to the often asked for wedding tunes such as Air on a G String,” Ave Maria and Pachelbel’s Canon in D, Marcus has put together a repertoire that includes well known classic songs ranging from Unchained Melody, What A Wonderful World, Mona Lisa, Someone To Watch Over Me, Fly Me To The Moon” to Beatles classics such as If I Fell, Michelle, Norwegian Wood and Here There And Everywhere.

Here are a few sound samples

  • Wide Repertoire of Songs
  • Ceremony Music
  • Easily Able To Move Between Locations

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