Je vous propose un accompagnement musical en solo, duo ou trio pour cette journée unique. Notre musique y marquera les temps forts de votre cérémonie en formule instruments acoustiques et de votre soirée avec nos instruments électriques.


SOLO ( Violon & chant /PBO) DUO ( Harpe/ Piano & Violon) TRIO ( Harpe/Piano & Violon & Violoncelle) 

  • DUREE:  3 sets de 45 mn au choix : Cérémonie/ Cocktail/ Soirée dansante.
  • REPERTOIRE:  Musique Classique/ Pop/ a définir !
  • DRESSING: Tenue similaire et élégante pour les musiciennes.
  • CEREMONIE : 5 temps forts au choix

Prélude /Arrivée des familles/

Entrée du Marié/ Entrée de la mariée/

Entre les lectures/ Signature/

Sortie des Mariés& Invités.

  • TECHNIQUE: Matériel fourni hors sonorisation. Devis sono sur demande via mes partenaires locaux du monde entier.
  • PRIX : Contrat de cession & facturation + 0, 5€/km au depart de Nice.

Exemple de temps fort pour une cérémonie religieuse chrétienne en solo de violon acoustique.


Marie Electra Violinist  & her musicians  performs for all parts of your ceremony whether it be a Civil Ceremony, Church wedding or blessing unaccompanied on her acoustic violin.

The ceremony usually consists of four main parts:

1. Guests Arrival:

Marie Electra Violinist arrives 30-45 minutes prior to the arrival of the bride to set up. She will then begin entertaining on her acoustic violin unaccompanied, for around 20 mins before the Brides entrance, (which is usually when the first guest enters the ceremony room). If the bride happens to be late for any reason, i will continue to play and keep your guests entertained whilst they wait.

When you hire Marie Electra Violinist for your special event, you will be the only booking on that day, so time will never be an issue for her, and she is happy to play as long as is necessary.

2. Processional (Brides Entrance):

As soon as the bride is ready to walk down the aisle, Marie Electra Violinist will play the special piece chosen by the couple.

3. Signing of the Register:

Once the ceremony has taken place and the vows and rings have been exchanged, Marie  then plays during the signing of the register and continues to play while the official photographer and guests take photos of the newly married couple.

4. Recessional (Bride & Grooms Exit):

Once the Declaration of Marriage has been announced, Marie Electra Violinist plays a piece chosen by the bride and groom, whilst their guests follow the married couple out of the venue. She plays for the entire duration, until the last guest has left the venue room.


The drinks/champagne reception is the period of time between the end of the ceremony and the start of the wedding breakfast.

If the ceremony has taken place in a church, the married couple usually will remain at the church to have photographs taken before meeting their guests at the reception venue. 

The guests may have been at the reception venue quite some time before the couple arrives, and in order to avoid an ‘anti-climax’ after the ceremony, Marie Electra Violinist will entertain guests for up to 90 minutes on her electric violin with backing tracks. She will play a wide selection of beautiful music, whilst family and friends are having drinks, canapés and chatting about the ceremony.

Weather permitting, Marie Electra Violinist will perform outside in the garden or patio areas where possible.


This offers the best value when booked as a package, giving you a great discount over individual options. This package includes both the ceremony and drinks reception as described above. If the ceremony and drinks reception are in different venues, equipment will be moved.

Your Special Music Choices

Marie Electra Violinist offers a wide variety of musical pieces and genres to evoke emotion and special memories.

A list of of popular songs Marie Electra Violinist has been asked to play at previous weddings can be found in her brochure, which is available to download below. You will need to choose music for the following parts of your ceremony.

I  will be happy to guide you through your choices if you need some help or inspiration:

The arrival of your guests

The Brides entrance (processional)
The signing of the register

Bride & Groom’s exit (recessional)

You do not have to choose the songs you see in Marie Electra Violinist