You can listen to short selections by clicking the music
titles listed below,
The processional is performed as the wedding party enters.
An interlude can be played during a contemplative point in the ceremony. An interlude is often played during the lighting of the unity candle or between readings.
The recessional is played as the wedding party departs.
Postlude music is energetic, continuing the celebration. It is played as the guests are leaving.
Jewish Wedding Ceremony
To see our list of Jewish wedding music click here.
Prelude: The 20-30 minute period prior to the
ceremony when guests are seated. Frequently couples choose to
have a mixture of classical and Jewish music played during the prelude.
The Processional: This music, for the entrance of the wedding party, can be performed or without cantor.
The Ceremony: Traditionally, there is no instrumental music
during the ceremony.
Postlude: Celebratory music for the departure of the guests.
We have several recommendations for pieces that can be used in each section of the the ceremony. We would be happy to either choose the music for you, or work with music you want to use. If you would like to know if we already have a specific piece of music available please search our repertoire. We are always adding music to our repertoire. If you're selection does not appear in Search Repertoire, contact us. We pride ourselves on our flexibility and experience. If we don't have a piece in our repertoire, we may be able to get it or arrange it.