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Meet the trio!
many years ago at the age of 11 when we attended the Lea Valley Music
School on Saturday mornings, and have remained firm friends ever since.
well as forming Bow-Belles, we also play together in local orchestras
including the Hertfordshire Symphony Orchestra and the Ware Maltings
We are all married and can understand how stressful
weddings can be! We hope our friendly, helpful approach and
familiarity with the course of events at weddings will help to make your
day run smoothly.
We also know how hard it can be to choose
suitable music for your special day, don't worry, we have a vast
repertoire and our in-house music arranger can specially arrange a piece for you if its not already on our repertoire list.
Emma - Our first Violinist
Emma has played the violin since she was seven and studied music at the London College of Music, the Guildhall School of Music and Trinity School of Music.
She also plays the piano and has sung around the country and abroad with various bands including Street life and One Big Emotion and played with the Salisbury String Quartet.
Since having two daughters, Emma now teaches the violin and piano both privately, at local schools and Hertfordshire music centre where she teaches the choir and junior musicianship.
Suzanne - Our Second Violinist and in house music arranger
started playing the violin at the age of seven, and has been playing
ever since! She
graduated from Middlesex University with a degree in music.
Suzanne now plays first violin with the Hertfordshire
Symphony Orchestra and Ware Maltings Orchestra and teaches violin and
recorder for the Hertfordshire Music Service.
Emma - Our Cellist
Emma started playing the cello when she was 12 and smaller than the instrument! Having achieved Grade 8 she has played in many orchestras including her University Orchestra.
She regularly plays acoustic gigs with Doris Brendel and has recently played live on Three Counties Radio with Iain Lee and on Total Rock Radio with Malcolm Dome