“We were married in an old historic church. Andy’s style and musicianship fit our wedding perfectly. He was punctual and dependable. We could not have been more pleased with the music Andy provided for our special day. We would recommend him for any occasion calling for great classical guitar.”
Abigail S., via The Knot
My base rate for a wedding ceremony is $200
This rate assumes that the ceremony is taking place somewhere in the area of Greensboro, Winston Salem, High Point, or Burlington, North Carolina (or one of the smaller towns in the same area).
For weddings further away, a travel fee will be added. Please contact me if you’d like to get a quote for this travel fee.
The base rate package includes:
- Prelude/pre-service music for 30 minutes while guests are arriving before the ceremony starts.
- One or more processional pieces while the wedding party and bride walk down the isle.
- (Optional) Interlude pieces during the ceremony
- One or more recessional pieces while the bride, groom and wedding party leave the service after the ceremony.
- Up to 2 song requests that aren’t already in my repertoire (see below)
My base rate package includes arranging or learning up to 2 songs that aren’t already in my repertoire. If you have more than 2 requests that I don’t already know, I could still do them for an extra charge of $30 per song.
You can request any songs that are already in my repertoire, and they won’t count toward the 2 that come with the package.
If your wedding will be in the Greensboro / Winston Salem / High Point / Burlington area and you would like me to participate in your ceremony rehearsal, I would be glad to for an added $50 fee.
Deposit / Payment Due Date
To reserve your wedding date on my schedule, I require a $75 non-refundable deposit. This deposit counts toward the overall fee for the wedding. The remainder of the fee will be due on or before the day of the wedding ceremony.
If you would like to have me play for your cocktail hour, I would be glad to. The rates and information on my events page would apply in this case.