I perform with different ensembles of various sizes because the overall sound of the group changes drastically depending on how many musicians are on stage at any given moment in time. A fewer number of musicians in the ensemble make for a light or airy sound, while larger ensembles create a richer and more complex sound. Certain ensembles work better under certain circumstances so I think it's a good idea to listen to several of the different sound clips and decide which one sounds most appropriate for your event. Along with each sound clip is a brief explanation and recommendation on how that particular ensemble might best serve the occasion. Thanks again for listening.

Solo: Guitar


Solo guitar is great mood music before, during, and after the ceremony.

Trio: Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Trumpet (or Saxophone)

Polkadots and Moonbeams

This instrumentation works well before, during, and after the ceremony, and serves as a great accompaniment to the reception dinner.

Trio: Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Drums

Body and Soul

A trio is a nice choice for dinner and the reception.

Quartet: Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Trumpet, and Drums


Quintet: Guitar, Acoustic Bass, Saxophone, Trumpet, and Drums

A New Leaf

The quartet and quintet add more interest to the overall sound. These groups make a great accompaniment to post ceremony activities like dinner and dancing.