Jersey Wedding Trumpet Soloist
Jersey Wedding Trumpet Soloist and Fanfares
Indulge in the regal sound of a trumpet for your wedding ceremony. Ideal for the arrival, processional, recessional or descant to hymns, by Jersey’s most influential Wedding Trumpet Soloist, Brian White.
With 30 years experience as a professional musician in the Royal Air Force central band and having playing at many high profile engagements around the world. Subsequently, performing locally with the Jersey Chamber Orchestra and Jersey Symphony Orchestra.
A solo classical trumpet will contribute a unique musical feature at your wedding ceremony and provide a rousing and jubilant, yet unassuming musical presence.
Music can be chosen from a large selection of classical or a favorite song can be arranged.
In summary, if you are looking for music for a traditional church ceremony or a more contemporary wedding, get in touch with the leading Jersey wedding trumpet soloist. Contact
Fanfares for any occasion by the most talented trumpeter players in Jersey. With years of professional experience including past and present members of the Royal Air Force Music Services and the Band of the Island of Jersey.
Ideal for the arrival of the bride, corporate, club and education award ceremonies. We will add a majestic heraldry to the proceedings.
We can scale the number of Fanfare trumpets from 2 to 6 musicians. “Precision, impeccable planning and deportment”
Therefore, If you choose the Big Day Music fanfare team you can be assured that you will be booking the finest local musicians. Certainly, displaying the highest levels of dress and deportment.
Fanfares to open and close graduation ceremony 2022 – “Brian and Andrew played for our Graduation Ceremony at the Pomme d’Or. They were excellent musicians, professional and polite, and added a fabulous flourish to our special occasion“ – Dr. Humphreys
On request, custom fanfares can be written for your special occasion!
Also available for a rendition of Happy Birthday. If you are planning a Birthday party why not make it a bit more surprising with a trumpet to help you wish that special person – “Happy Birthday to you!”