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Christmas season coming up

Posted by arcantora on October 1, 2012 at 3:55 PM

We've had the most fantastic year so far and would love to take the opportunity to give another huge cheer for all the lovely couples whose weddings we've played for: we really enjoyed meeting you all and being a part of your big day!

We still have more weddings to come but we're also preparing for the Christmas season that is fast approaching: carols here we come! Arrangements of carols and Christmas number ones and winter tyres dusted off and ready to go(if the weather forecast is right they might have to go on the car as early as next weekend!!).

Mark will be run off his feet in December with playing the violin at the Pitlochry Festival Theatre for White Christmas from November 30th until December 23rd: it'll be an amazing show and really worth watching if you happen to find yourself in the area! :-)

We still have a couple of days free between Christmas and the early New Year where we're available for weddings, christmas parties, New Year parties, Viennese evenings, etc. Please contact us via our enquiry form for more details: we customise our paylist to suit your event perfectly, you have as much choice as you like.

Hope you all have a lovely autumn!

Best wishes,

Nina.x

 

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