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Home - Weddings - North Lake Tahoe - Wedding Music

Wedding Bands in North Lake Tahoe

Hiring live music for your wedding doesn't necesarrily mean hiring a band for the reception. Many choose to have live music throughout the ceremony and reception while others choose to hire a musician or group for the ceremony which turns it over to a dj after the meal. Below you'll find a comprehensive listing of musicians available for your wedding on Lake Tahoe's North Shore.

North Shore Wedding Music

Avalanche Music - Don and Liz Glattly offer violin and guitar music as background for your ceremony or conversation friendly music for your reception.

Leep Entertainment - Jeff Leep will find the right entertainment for your wedding, whether it a 20 piece orchestra, or a Polynesian Revue.

Darin Talbot - Darin can play solo for your event or with his entire band. He also offers DJ services. Feel free to choose a combination of the above as well.

Lake Tahoe Entertainment - This event management company specializes in bringing together you and the right music, along with professionalism and a smile. They feature all types of music as well as performers.

Beverly Colgan - Principal harpist for the Reno Philharmonic Orchestra.

Andrew Ohren - Classical guitarist

Tim Callicrate - Pianist extraordinaire

Luke Stevenson - Luke has been playing guitar at the Lone Eagle Grill for umpteen years now. The acoustic guitar makes an excellent background for your ceremony or the period between the ceremony and reception while the bride and groom are off doing whatever it is newlyweds are so eager to do.

TOCCATA - The Orchestra and Community Choral Artists of the Tahoe Area. Call James Rawie - (787) 602-2121

 

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