welcome to the funeral music company

What We Do

Most of us only organise a funeral once or twice. There’s usually just a few days to arrange everything, at a time when we least feel like doing so. We help you arrange first-class music and we work closely with the clergy or celebrant so everything runs smoothly.

Our musicians – chosen from national orchestras and Cathedral choirs – are sensitive, discreet, experienced and immaculately presented.

Established in 1990 - with offices in London, Sheffield and Edinburgh - we work within short timeframes and are available seven days a week.

We hope you find our site helpful.

David Guest,
Director

Find Musicians

It couldn’t be easier to engage musicians for a funeral

Contact Us

London office

020 8293 3392

Edinburgh office

0131 202 9187

Sheffield office

0114 268 4841

Out of hours

07740 870 533

Testimonials

“I simply cannot thank you enough for the phenomenal music you contributed to the service today. I knew it was going to be good but wow!!! Every time I felt I was sinking during the service your wonderful music perked me up.”

“I’d be grateful if you would pass on my profound admiration to all involved for their immense professionalism, sensitivity and artistry on such a sad and emotionally draining occasion.”

“Your expertise has been invaluable to us in making such a difficult time truly memorable and beautiful. At the reception everyone kept remarking that the funeral was the most beautiful and moving event, not overly sad”

“Everything was perfect, and the singing was quite amazing – my mother would have loved it! – and so did we. Thanks for giving her such a good send off. You did her really proud!”

“Thank you for the care you took in helping me put together the music for my Dad’s funeral – and at such very short notice. The choir were absolutely beautiful and the choice of repertoire was perfect. Thanks again for being so attentive.”

“The music lifted the service beyond the plane of extraordinary to the ethereal: spirits though wet with tears were made to soar……together your music expressed our sadness, yet it gave us strength. We shall never forget it.”