Entertainment provided by a Bollywood style violinist has become a must-have feature of Asian weddings in the UK in recent years. Their popularity is now spreading to Western weddings where the bridal couples are looking for something a bit more exotic than the more standard entertainment options.
Such violinists can perform a range of Indian music, from Bollywood hits to Bhangra melodies, often interspersed with Western pop covers.
Bollywood style violinists usually dress in traditional Indian garments to provide as authentic an experience as possible.
They usually perform for 2 x 45-minute sets during the wedding meal at your reception venue – they can usually roam in between your guests as they dine, creating a very interactive form of entertainment.
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Many perform on electric violins so they can easily project their sound even in very large spaces with several hundred guests. An acoustic violinist is adequate for smaller venues with fewer guests.
Bollywood violinists perform to high-quality backing tracks which provide harmonic and rhythmic accompaniment to the rich sound of the violin.
If you would like to hire a Bollywood violinist for your wedding, submit an enquiry to receive offers directly from our carefully curated selection of musicians.
On FixTheMusic, musicians always provide quotes directly to you with a clear breakdown of costs so you can make an informed decision – no other costs are added, and once you’re happy to book, you can pay securely online via card.
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— Adam is a co-founder of FixTheMusic and works on everything from copywriting and marketing to design and user experience. He studied Music at Cambridge University. Adam is a keen pianist, and also learned cello and trumpet from an early age.