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Do you need professional musicians for your special event or occasion?  We provide classical and light chamber music at very affordable rates. Choose one of the instrumental configurations (piano/violin solo, violin duet, string trio, piano trio, string quartet) or create your own larger ensemble.

Rates start at $100-150/hour per musician depending on location and duration of the event.  Contact for more information or to request a quote.

Wedding Music
● Bach; Bist Du Bei Mir
● Bach; Arioso from Cantata 156
● Beethoven; Ode to Joy
● Borodin; Nocturne from String Quartet No. 2 in D
● Clarke; Trumpet Voluntary in D
● Debussy; Clair de Lune from Suite Bergamasque
● Delibes; Flower Duet from Lakme
● Handel; Arrival of the Queen of Sheba
● Handel; Hornpipe from The Water Music
● Handel; La Rejouissance from The Royal Fireworks
● Mendelssohn; Wedding March from A Midsummer Night’s Dream
● Pachelbel; Canon in D
● Rachmaninoff; Vocalise from Fourteen Songs, Opp. 34 & 14
● Traditional Jewish:
● **Erev Shel Shoshanim/ Wedding Processional
● **Simon Tov, Chosen Kalle Mazel Tov/ Recessional
● **Dodi Li/ Bridal March
● Vivaldi; Allegro from Autumn/ Four Seasons
● Vivaldi; Danzi Pastorale from Spring/ Four Seasons
● Vivaldi; Allegro from Spring/ Four Seasons
● Wagner; Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin
● Mendelssohn; If with All your Hearts
● Mendelssohn; Wedding March

Classical Music
● J. S. Bach; Sonatas
● J. S. Bach; Air on G
● J. S. Bach/Gounod; Ave Maria
● Beethoven; Romance in F
● Beethoven; Romance in G
● Massenet; Meditation from Thais
● Elgar; Chanson de Matin
● Elgar; Chanson de Nuit
● Elgar; Salut d’Amour
● Paganini; Cantabile
● Bartok; Romanian Folk Dances
● Saint-Saens; The Swan
● Ravel; Pavane pour une Infante Défunte
● Faure; Berceuse
● Faure; Sicilienne
● Debussy; The Girl with the Flaxen Hair
● Debussy; Clair de Lune
● Mascagni; Intermezzo from Cavalleria Rusticana
● Tchaikovsky; Melodie
● Tchaikovsky; Canzonetta
● Kreisler; Rondino on a theme by Beethoven
● Kreisler; Miniature Viennese March
● Kreisler; Schon Rosmarin
● Kreisler/Gluck; Melodie
● Kreisler; Syncopation

Absolutely delightful! Technical perfection and engaging motion!” – Paul D. (Santa Cruz)

A beautiful concert with playful music only matched by masterful playing. The synchronization of the performers could only be achieved by two young newlyweds making such beautiful music together. I look forward to owning their recordings and listening to them often.” – Dr. P. Hubel (Los Altos)

Delightful. Refreshing. Beautifully shaped phrases, passionate dialogue between the instruments.” – Lynn K. (Santa Cruz)

Great performance in the intimate setting! Love the way you explain each piece by giving a little context beforehand – and let us know the history of the music. It makes the experience very enjoyable!
Loved the way the music flowed effortlessly and flawlessly out of the piano keys and the violin. The two instruments harmonized perfectly!
” – Shane S. (Foster City)

Having Adrian and Eri perform at my private home event was wonderful. It really brought me back to what I would imagine it would be like in the time of Liszt or Chopin when friends would get together at each others’ houses and hang out for fun by playing music for each other. This was a great experience and I highly recommend it to anybody who has the capacity to host a concert. It was wonderful. I enjoyed it very much.” – Richard (San Francisco)

Eri and Adrian Borcea delivered an impeccable performance Saturday, March 22 at the home of Brady and Stein, playing four consecutive sonatas for violin and piano by Mozart.
The program was highly thematic in that it featured the four violin sonatas which were written in Mozart’s time in Mannheim and Paris. The program was technically and musically unwavering from start to finish, with equal endurance, intensity, and musical excitement. There was a mischievousness one could not deny both from the piano and the violin- a feature which cannot be notated in the score, but one which any Connoisseur of Mozart’s music knows is a feature of most of his music.
Finally, the duo was such a perfect fit and match for this repertoire that they almost sounded as if the music was being played by one person.
” – Colin B. (San Francisco)

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