There are so many music genres that you can choose to present at your wedding. Each style will evoke its own sense of fun out on your dance floor. With the right music, you can thoroughly entertain your big day, and ensure that each of your guests has a truly memorable experience.

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We are very familiar with common music genres, such as rock and rap. However, you can incorporate some other genres into your big day playlist, to add a little flair.

Every wedding should showcase great music! That’s why, here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we have gathered some unique music genres that you should present at yours. To learn what these genres are, be sure to continue reading:

·         Swing. You can add some pizzazz to your dance floor with some swing music! Provide your guests with the opportunity to experience the past with some Great Gatsby-inspired songs, by artists such as Benny Goodman and Duke Ellington. Your guests are sure to have a remarkable time dancing to this celebratory genre.

·         Country. All too often, country music is placed on the backburner. However, it most certainly shouldn’t be. Country music can be incredibly diverse, as you can discover such a wonderful sound from classic artists, such as Johnny Cash, to modern marvels, like Blake Shelton. This romantic genre is sure to add to the intimacy of your big day.

·         Classical. Your wedding is a classic event! You can complement it with classical music. For those couples who appreciate a fancy appeal and a true fairytale should indulge in some ballroom music for their big day. Waltzes and fox-trots will certainly allow you to create a fun and sophisticated atmosphere among your dance floor.

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Your wedding reception will present so much pizzazz if you showcase some unique genres of music! These are just a few to inspire you. If you are ready to book your wedding band in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, please contact us here at Philadelphia String Quartet. We would be pleased with the opportunity to be your Philadelphia wedding band.

 

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