The Scaramouche Piano Trio

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The Scaramouche Piano Trio are a Flute, Violin and Piano ensemble in London.

The trio works closely with clients to ensure their performances create just the right atmosphere, and they hope that there will be an opportunity for them to work with you.

The Scaramouche Piano Trio performs a wide range of music to suit any occasion; from Bach to Bowie, Mingus to Mozart and Coldplay to Coltrane, always endeavouring to provide the perfect music for any event.

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik – Minuet and Trio

Nostalgia In Times Square

Repertoire List

Jazz:
* Afro Blue (Coltrane)
* Moon River (Mancini)
* A Night in Tunisia (Gillespie)
* Nostalgia in Times Square (Mingus)
* All Blues (Davis)
* I’m Beginning to See the Light (Ellington)
* Autumn Leaves (Kosma)

Classical:
* Humoresque (Dvorak)
* Air on a G String (Bach)
* Panis Angelicus (Franck)
* Entr’acte – from Carmen (Bizet)
* Norwegian Dance (Grieg)
* Traumerei (Schumann)
* Minuet & Trio – from Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (Mozart)
* Hungarian Dance No.5 (Brahms)

Pop:
* Ain’t No Sunshine (Bill Withers)
* Moondance (Van Morrison)
* Urge for Going (Joni Mitchell)
* Golden Brown (The Stranglers)
* Girl from Ipanema (Antonio Carlos Jobim)
* Life on Mars (David Bowie)

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1 Comment

  1. Hi,

    I would love to consider you to play at my wedding on the 3rd September 2016. The wedding is in Wolverhampton. I would like you to play during the day drinks reception which is 1pm-2pm. Play as I walk down the aisle, during the signing of book and as we walk back down the aisle once married. I would then like you to play as guests are having family photos etc (possibly 3pm-4). There will then be a drinks reception inside the venue from 5pm, and doors to the ballroom opens at 6pm. So will need you from 1pm-6pm. I like the music you play and in addition I was wondering if you play “tale as old as time” (Disney beauty and beast film), “a whole new world” (Disney Aladdin) and Johann Pachelbel – Canon D major.

    I look forward to hearing from you.

    Kind regards,
    Vina.

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