Ceremony musicians typically play from 30 minutes to 1 hour for symbolic & civil ceremonies - playing while guests arrive and seat themselves and through parts of the ceremony. During your ceremony they will usually play a tune for the bride’s entrance, something in the background during the exchange of rings and at the end while you sign your certificate and walk back up the aisle together.

Musicians for receptions usually play for 3 to 4 hours.

Below is an idea of what is available here and an indication of how much you can expect to pay. If you would like something different, please ask.

Classical Musicians

Solo Violinist - €200 for 1 hour - Click here for playlist
Solo Baroque harpist - €300 for 1 hour - Click here for playlist
Baroque harpist and soprano - €500 for 1 hour
Violinist and Soprano - €400
Soprano - €250

String Trio/ String Quartet for 1 hour -  €400 - €550 - Click here for playlist

 
 
 

Children's choir 1 - 1.5 hours from €1,500 + 22%

 
 
 

Trio Jazz Day + Night - €800 for 3/4 hours - Click here for playlist

 
 

TRADITIONAL MUSIC

Leone San Marco - Click here for playlist

 
 

SWING, FUNK, SOUL

Italian Swing Band from Rome- €3000 - Click here for playlist

 
 

Giulio  - €4000 + 22% 
5 musicians

 

Glen White & Jeiko  - from €1,700 

 
 

 
 

Spazio Zero 80's Band - €900 for 3 hours - Click here for playlist

 
 

Alter Ego 50's Band - Click here for playlist

 

Rollin' Dolly music from 70's, 80's and 90's -from 1,500 for 2 hours -  

 

Kriss Grove band - from the 60's to today - from €800. Click here for playlist

 
 

Erika e Alessandro music from 70's, 80's, 90's- from €1,000 

 

Virtual Time - Rock Band - from €250

 

Prices exclude the 22% tax and transport costs. Please note that the prices are an estimate and can change due to location and amount of time hired.
In Italy it is law to purchase an SIAE music license for every event with live musicians or DJ. The license pays royalties for the tracks played. The license is based on guest numbers, location and type of music played. The SIAE is not needed for civil ceremonies in the Venice Wedding Hall.