Tag Archives: Fort Canning Park

Wedding at Fort Canning

Date: 28 Sept 2013
Venue: The Raffles House, Fort Canning Park
Client: Ken & Amelyn

In collaboration with Love Stories Weddings, Vetta Quartet provided live wedding music at The Raffles House, Fort Canning Park Singapore, for Ken & Amelyn.

We certainly enjoyed the string music and it added a lot of flavor to our wedding. I personally was thrilled by the quartet. 

Once again, thank you very much for your services. Please offer my sincere thanks and appreciation to the rest of the quartet: they were amazing!

Best wishes,
Ken

Wedding at Hotel Fort Canning

Vetta Quartet was engaged to provide music for Eugene and Rachel’s wedding at the Hotel Fort Canning.

I am very pleased with Vetta Quartet. The music arrangement was wonderful and many of our guests had commented that the music add to the liveliness of the wedding luncheon. It also added an air of romanticism and merriment.

The guests were lavish in their praises of the music and commented that when some of the songs were played, they brought back beautiful memories.

I must say that your team is very professional and spontaneous, and I think the bride and bridegroom could not agree more with me on this comment.

Thanks again for the wonderful performance which we enjoyed thoroughly, and I will have no hesitation to recommend anyone who requires your services.

Mrs Lee
(Rachel’s mother)

Wedding at Flutes at the Fort

Chelsea’s wedding was held at Flutes at the Fort, a quaint restaurant at the foot of Fort Canning. Playing as we walked up the steps and into the restaurant, our violin duo paved the way for the bridal couple’s grand entrance, before re-joining the Quartet to play for the rest of the solemnisation ceremony. As the lunch commenced, the Quartet moved to the interior to play another hour of our signature favourites. It was indeed heartwarming to receive kind compliments from the couple, guests and the restaurant staff!

Violin Duet for Wedding at Fort Canning Park

Aidan conceived a surprise solemnisation ceremony, and our violinists Jay and Max were at Fort Canning Park early in the morning to perform as a violin duet for the ceremony. Positioned next to the elegantly set-up flower pavillion, we serenaded the guests with wedding favourites as they waited patiently for the bridal party to arrive. Not long after, the bride marched down the aisle to “Canon in D”, and we played Bach’s “Air on G” as the couple signed the marriage certificate. Yet another beautiful wedding in our record books!