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Wedding Ceremony & Reception Music
Wedding Ceremony Music by Jean Marie Wenzel

Music Reaches The Soul
When it’s hard to say just the right words or express your true feelings…a special song can.
The Prayer

Class Act will provide music for your entire service: Christian or secular solos, pre service, liturgy, candle lighting and postlude. (Consult with your clergy as to what type of songs are permitted).

Processional - Seek Ye First / Canon in D

Prelude - From This Moment

Candle Lighting - The Gift of Love

Closing Prayer - The Lord’s Prayer

Personalize your ceremony & reception with unique musical settings:
Jean Marie will work with your wedding planner to create a setting unique to your musical taste and setting.

Outdoor Ceremony & Cocktail Reception
Mequon Country Club, Mequon, WI

Ceremony Solos:
After All
All I Ask of You
Strolling Caroling Group - featured by Jean Marie Wenzel
The Bombay Club - Hilton Hotel, Milwaukee

The American Club
Kohler, WI

Processional - I Believe in Springtime
Candle Lighting - The Color of my Love

A Regal Sound for your Wedding - Twin Trumpets!
The additional of a solo Trumpet at your wedding ceremony can really add a touch of class. Now you can make your wedding truly STAND OUT by including a second trumpet - or Twin Trumpets. Twin Trumpets can perform with or without a keyboard or organ and will guarantee that your wedding ceremony will provide a feeling of royality and regality to your guests!

Sterling & Brass - The Lake Country Brass Quintet
Sterling & Brass - The Lake Country Brass Quintet - featured by Jean Marie Wenzel
Chamber music, or music performed by a small ensemble, takes on many forms. The most dynamic, exciting and rewarding for a brass player (and its audience) has got to be the Brass Quintet, consisting of two trumpets, a horn, trombone, and tuba. This instrumentation can be both delicate and bombastic. You may hear a trumpet switch to a piccolo trumpet, cornet, or fluegel horn, providing a much different tone color. The horn player may pick up an alto horn, or the trombone or tuba player may perform on a baritone horn, altering the tone quality for special effects. Brass music has its roots deep in religious celebration, and much of today’s repertoire for the Quintet comes from liturgical sources. The increasingly popular Brass Quintet is moving in many directions, however, with arrangements of Classical, Popular, Ragtime, Dixie, Jazz, and Contemporary compositions joining the repertoire. You haven’t really heard it until you’ve heard it played by a Brass Quintet!
  • Wedding Ceremony & Cocktail Hour
  • Anniversaries, Church Services
  • Corporate Events, Concerts, Special Events
  • Add Vocals by Jean Marie Wenzel
The Milwaukee String Quartet - featured by Jean Marie Wenzel The Milwaukee String Quartet with Jean Marie Wenzel - Vocalist
  • Milwaukee Symphony and Festival City Symphony members
  • Satisfying customers for over twelve years
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