The Romance of the Cello

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The Romance of the Cello is Rebecca Jenkins - actor/cellist. Based in Yorkshire, Rebecca makes beautiful music at weddings, ceremonies and events throughout Yorkshire, the Humber and the North East
Details
Type of Performer(s) or Business
Solo Musician
Style of Music
Acoustic
Cermony Music
Classical
Drinks / Cocktails Music
Other Style of Music
Pop / Rock
Reception Music
Primary Instrument(s)
Other Instruments
Additional Services
Learn New Songs
Take Requests
Pricing & Costs
Prices start at
  • £250
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Full Description
  • Romance of the Cello The cello is the nearest sound to the human voice and its beauty and emotion are ideally suited to wedding days. Rebecca believes that the purity of Bach, the passion of Lloyd-Webber and the beauty of modern film composers such as Han Zimmer create a perfect backdrop. She knows how important every detail of every wedding is and believes in looking good as well as sounding good. She is flexible and discreet and is happy to work on arrangements of music to suit your needs. After studying the cello with John Chillingworth of English National Opera, she went on to use her musical talents in a career as an Actor-Musican on the West End Stage. Highlights of this career have included playing solo cello in ‘As You like It’ at the Wyndhams Theatre with Sienna Miller, and in the Tony award-winning ‘Sweeney Todd’ at the New Ambassadors Theatre. She has also played solo cello in many of the largest regional theatres around the country including the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Theatre Royal York and Watermill, Newbury.
  • Experience
    Public Liability Insurance
    Yes
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Location & Contact Details
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    • Address
    • Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire, England
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FAQ
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What is your most memorable wedding?
Whitby Abbey - the grounds were still open to the public when this humanist ceremony took place - the first anyone knew about it was when I seated myself amongst the ruins and began to play.