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That something different you were looking for! Glas Quartet is a vibrant and exciting Irish collective of professional musicians. with over 15 years of experience in the wedding industry, we will create the perfect ambiance for gliding up the aisle or rocking up to your drinks reception. We provide a unique soundtrack to weddings, partnering with you to create an experience that embodies your personality. We perform all around the world and our music has taken us to North and South America, North Africa and all over europe. We play with many bands and artists including Biffy Clyro, Gavin James, Ocean COlour Scene, and Mercury Prize Winners Young Fathers and these performances influence our jaw dropping playlist.. With 1600 uniquely arranged songs to choose from and happy to arrange anything not on our playlist, we will work with you to create a tailor-made soundtrack for your trip down the aisle. Among some of our more unusual requests, we arranged and performed "Bring Your Daughter to the Slaughter" for the Processional and turned a traditional "Wedding March" into "Another One Bites the Dust" as a Recessional surprise. Chat to us now about how we can add a little 'something different' to your day.
What people are saying!
I cannot believe I am only getting the chance to sit down and send this to ye now. The last 4 weeks have been like the most incredible and wonderful whirlwind and I’m slowly coming back down to Earth and processing it all. From Kilkea we took off to Italy for 2 weeks (Amalfi coast & …
Kevin and I cannot thank yourself and your fellow musicians enough for your most beautiful and uplifting music in the Church on our Wedding day. I could have listened to ye play all day. In fact I rewatched the recording of the ceremony that was streamed just so I could hear more and relive it all again. Hearing Le Cygne was a particularly magical moment for me. Thank you again.
Hope you all got home safely.
Julie-Ann & Kevin Clarke
Review submitted on Mon, 25th of October, 2021