Weddings

As a wedding performer, Eoin prides himself on his personal approach with customers. The more comfortable you are on your wedding day, the easier it is for him to focus on providing a musical atmosphere that is memorable and unique. Eoin works very closely, if required, with the couple to choose the music that most represents they’re personalities. Any song requests can be arranged for solo guitar giving your wedding a unique atmosphere.

Eoin has enjoyed a busy and varied career in performance. He has given high profile Classical Guitar recitals in several locations across Ireland, including the National Concert Hall, St. Patricks Cathedral, the Boyle Arts Festival and St. Ann’s Church and in the UK, including the London Oratory, South Kensington. Eoin has worked closely with composer  Roland Dyens as soloist in a production of his Concerto en Si for the Dublin Guitar Festival.

In addition to solo performing career, Eoin is an accomplished, chamber musician; jazz guitarist, studying with renowned Irish guitarist Tommy Halferty; and baroque guitarist. He recently performed as Baroque Guitarist in a production of Cavalli’s baroque opera Doriclea. Eoin’s varied background and experience allows him to offer a wealth of styles to his customers. He is comfortable performing through classical, jazz, popular, folk and traditional Irish idioms.

Being able to share his love for music gives Eoin a real satisfaction. It is his wish that this love for music is transmitted to family and friends on the day of your wedding.

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