We love hearing from happy couples after their special day. Here is a mix of Testimonials from our Facebook Page and Emails with some words of thanks...

WEDDING IN MAYNOOTH & BARBERSTOWN CASTLE:

"Sarah and Eamonn provided the music for my wedding in July 2015. They first of all provided the music for our church service at Ladychapel Church in Maynooth. They entertained the guests with traditional Irish music before I arrived to the church and during the service the music they played further brightened our marriage ceremony.  Sarah played violin and sang accompanied by Eamonn on guitar.

Sarah and Eamonn also provided a traditional Irish music set for our wedding reception drinks at Barberstown Castle, Kildare. They played lively jigs and reels and kept our guests entertained whilst we were busy having our photographs taken.

Many of our guest complimented our choice of music for our wedding. They loved the traditional Irish music that was played, as most of our guests were not Irish and had travelled from overseas. I received many many compliments on the standard of Sarah's beautiful singing voice!

The music, orchestrated by Sarah on my wedding day was so beautiful and something I will always remember fondly. This is amazing considering that I had never actually met Sarah before I walked down the aisle. I live abroad and communicated with Sarah entirely through email. She was very thorough in asking me questions about the type of music I wanted played at my wedding, she also made excellent suggestions of music choices for me (many that I followed) and she was very knowledgable on a Catholic Wedding Service and had me ask my priest very important questions about the music in mass so that every aspect was thought through prior to the wedding day (which meant my Order of Service included all the music parts). On my Wedding Day, before I arrived to church, I also understand that Sarah was very good liaising in church with my husband and the priest.

I would highly recommend Sarah for any wedding/function."

- DONNA PIELOW, December 2016

WEDDING IN INISH BEG ESTATE:

"We recently had Sarah May playing at our wedding and accompanied by a guitarist colleague. So many people have commented on how brilliant they were and how fitting their music was to our celebration. From the first time we met Sarah May she listened to our preferences, made loads of suggestions and she went out of her way to make sure we were happy with the choice of music. She is very professional and her personal, relaxed and friendly approach makes working with her an absolute pleasure. If you need somebody to play at your event you should really speak to Sarah, we cannot recommend her highly enough."
- HELGA EINARSDOTTIR, May 2017
WEDDING RECEPTION IN MOUNT DRUID:

"We wanted to thank you so much for being part of our wedding day, I know a lot of our family and friends commented on your beautiful music. I believe one of our guests even got on the guitar!


Thank you for being a part of our special day."
- MR & MRS CAMPBELL, April 2017
WEDDING IN RANELAGH & STEPHEN'S GREEN 

"Thank you again so much for being part of our wedding day back in July, we got loads of compliments on the music! My only regret is I didn't have the time to relax and listen to you. We just got our wedding photos and I thought I'd send the attached one of yourself and Yseult looking lovely in the church!" 

- ALI AHERN, September 2017
TEACHING TESTIMONIAL:

"I could not recommend Sarah from Cadence Music highly enough. She taught my young son fiddle for a number of years when she was based at Leixlip. She is a natural teacher that imparts her vast musical knowledge in a really inspiring way to young players, her encouragement and teaching skills have put yet another player on the right path (he still talks about her lessons) I was sad to hear she had moved on but not at all surprised. I could not recommend her highly enough, however I think the best endorsement is seeing the love for music she nurtured in my son. I have no doubt the school will be a huge success.... lucky Balbriggan."

- JONATHAN DICKSON, October 2017