Our repertoire is very broad and it would be impossible to list them all. What follows are excerpts from concert and weddings are the most popular. Recall that both concerts, for both the ceremonies, both for entertainment in receptions, the songs will be previously agreed upon by context, the preferences, to choose organic.


  • Bach: Concerto in d m 2 violins and orchestra; concerts in the m and M me for violin and orchestra; sonatas and Partitas for solo violin; concerts in f m and m for harpsichord and orchestra;

  • Barber: Adagio for strings;

  • Bazzini: string quartets; the sheer number of goblins for violin and piano

  • Boccherini: Madrid's night music; Quintet in d M for strings, guitar and castanets.

  • Brahms: Hungarian dances

  • Beethoven: Sonatas for violin and piano; string quartets; Romance in f M for violin and orchestra;

  • De Falla: Spanish dances

  • Haydn: concertos for violin and orchestra;

  • Handel: by Rinaldo – lascia ch'io pianga;

  • Massenet: meditation from thais;

  • Mozart: Sonatas for violin and piano; string quartets; entertainment for strings: concertos for violin and orchestra; symphonies; opera arias with opera singers;

  • Monti: Csárda;

  • Paganini: string quartets; Sonata for violin and guitar; variations on "the Carnival of Venice";

  • Pergolesi: Stabat Mater for soli, Chorus and orchestra; from serva Padrona – my testy testy;

  • Vivaldi: all concerts from necklaces "il cimento dell'armonia e dell'invenzione" and from "l'estro armonico"; Glory for only, Chorus and orchestra;

We also have an extensive repertoire with our soprano is of sacred music, both authors such as Bellini Arias, Davey, Dvorak, MASCAGNI, Rossini,Verdi, etc…


  • Albinoni: Adagio in g m;

  • Bach: air on the IV chord; Cantata 147 "Jesus blibet"

  • Franck: Panis Angelicus;

  • Gounod: Ave Maria;

  • Handel: Largo; Sinfonia "Arrival of the Queen of Sheba;

  • MASCAGNI: Sancta Maria intermezzo from cavalleria rusticana symphonic;

  • Massenet: meditation from thais;

  • Mendelssohn: Wedding March;

  • Mozart: Ave Verum; from marriage of Figaro Overture; Alleluja from exsultate jubilate and

  • Pachelbell: Canon in d major;

  • Schubert: Ave Maria;

  • Schumann: traumerei;

  • Vivaldi: Largo from winter; Spring

  • Wagner: Wedding March

Classic entertainment music:

When choosing classical entertainment during the reception, is our custom, of course if the bride and groom wish, introduced at the tables, next to the course menu, a musical menu, where we will list the songs that will be played during the evening.

  • Brahms: Hungarian dances;

  • Massenet: meditation from Thais

  • Monti: Csárda;

  • Mozart: Eine Kleine Nachmusik; entertainment for strings; Le nozze di Figaro; opera arias;

  • Pachelbell: Canon in d M

  • Reverberi: Rondò Veneziano;

  • Strauss: Viennese Waltz;

  • Vivaldi: the four seasons; concertos for strings;

  • Neapolitan songs

  • ….and much more

For those who want it, the Group's concert, part jazz musicians and musicians and singers piano bar: alternative then classic or entertainment, like many newlyweds choose, You can opt for a solution with classical music for an aperitif and jazz or piano bar for dinner and after dinner.