(Closed) Pianist or harpist in the Boston area?

posted 8 years ago in Boston
Post # 3
47 posts
  • Wedding: June 2012

We used gigfinder.com to find a violinist for our Cape wedding.  The website was pretty easy to use, and it’s nice to get a list of guotes/bids all lined up.  In remember that a harpist/violinist showed up in our bids, so I bet you’d have luck with them.

Post # 4
1361 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

Check out the New England Conservatory and the Berklee school of music.  They both have websites where you can request students, and I know one or the other has harpists.  They should be amazing musicians and cheaper than non-students.

Post # 5
442 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: September 2012

I’ve also booked through Berklee, found some great musicians. It was my understanding that it’s not just students, professors and other local musicians use it. 

Post # 6
866 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2011

We got married in January in Sturbridge, MA and used a harpist for our ceremony. The name is the Gilded Harps, and the lead harpist Feliz Pomeranz was ours. She was absolutely fantastic: communication was great, she played exactly how and what I requested, she’s very thorough, and has the most stunning harp I’ve ever seen.

The website is http://www.gildedharps.com and as a musician myself, I found their rates to be extremely reasonable. You can have solo harp (what we did) or harp+other instruments. 

Also, I discussed the possibility of inclement weather and what they would do if there was a storm. I was told that a harpist would be there… no matter what. Obviously if we cancelled due to the weather that was our problem, but we weren’t going to be stuck without ceremony & cocktail hour music! 

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