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Ashland Wedding Music
Baroque, Celtic, Irish, Classical Music, Duo, Flautist, Flute, Guitarist, Harpists, Harp Music, Irish Music, Jazz, Jazzy, Strings, Classical

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"The finest wedding music in Southern Oregon" - ASHLAND WEDDING MUSIC features BEAUTIFUL MUSIC by FLUTIST JACQUELINE ROSEN in DUOS ~ Flute/Guitar, Flute-Harp, Flute~Piano/Keyboard or TRIOS - with additional Cello (great for bass line in jazz and pop music); Flute Trio with Strings (violin & cello - sounds like a mini-orchestra!).

ADD the touch of elegance and class that will make your event memorable in everyone's minds, with the area's top artists in fine quality music. Our experienced musicians work closely with you to provide the music that satisfies the musical appetites of all of your guests, so that everyone feels special and enjoys every minute of your special event.

DUOS and TRIOS play music of ALL STYLES and are available for WEDDINGS, RECEPTIONS, CORPORATE EVENTS, MEMORIALS, FUNDRAISERS, HOUSE CONCERTS, ANNIVERSARIES, & TV and RADIO ADS.

STYLES include: Baroque, Brazilian jazz, Celtic, Irish, Classical, Jazz & Pop Standards, Contemporary, New Age, Folk and World Music, Hawaiian, Greek, Italian, Jewish, Christian, etc., from the Movies and Shows, and more, including music for the "first dance."

Ms. Rosen has performed with the San Francisco Opera, Cabrillo, Tanglewood, and Carmel Bach Festivals, and toured and recorded with guitarist Terrence Farrell. For over 25 years, she has played at top venues in the Monterey/Carmel areas, including 4 nights/week at the Lodge in Pebble Beach. Her colleagues are well-matched in both talent and accomplishments.

2010-11 performances include: FLUTE & GUITAR concert with SOU Faculty guitarist James Edwards, ROGUE RENAISSANCE FAIRE with guitarist Michael Philbert, weddings with FLUTE & HARP and FLUTE & GUITAR, ASHLAND GARDEN TOUR, and many church services and holiday events. Ms. Rosen has worked with conductors such as Henry Mancini, Leonard Bernstein, Aaron Copland, and Seiji Ozawa on both coasts.