Windwild Music was started in 1996 in Los Angeles by professional cellist and composer, Kirsten Vogelsang Eyerman. While working in the film and television industry, Kirsten started a business booking and contracting musicians for a wide range of special events, ranging from weddings to holiday events to live concerts and back up orchestras for headliners.
Windwild Music draws on an exemplary roster of professional musicians, always assuring the best quality music and professionalism for your events. We specialize in string ensembles...string quartet, trios, duos and solo cello and violin.
We also do contemporary and rock arrangements along with classical - ie., Coldplay, Black Eyed Peas
Price Range: Contact for rates
Gig Length: 60 - 300 minutes
Languages: English, French
What to Expect
We are impeccably dressed in formal black and perform most regularly for wedding ceremonies and receptions.
We have performed at over 300 weddings, corporate events and live performance throughout southern CA. We have been back up orchestra to many stars such as Clay Aiken and Smokey Robinson.
In addition we are featured performers and recording artists on numerous film scores and tv shows.
Additional Booking Notes
All we require are 4 armless chairs, shade if playing out side.
Past Booked Events
|October 01, 2016 • 2:30pm - 3:30pm||Wedding Cocktail Hour|
|June 14, 2014||Wedding Ceremony|
|November 01, 2013||Wedding Ceremony|
|May 18, 2013||Wedding Ceremony|
|Kirsten V. Eyerman||cellist/ leader|
4 armless chairs
shaded area if outdoors
electrical outlet if in dimly lit area
San Diego, CA
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