The Carcassonne String Quartet
Wedding String Quartet
Carcassonne, France
€1,479 (avg. price)

About The Carcassonne String Quartet – wedding string quartet based in the South of France
1 review

Booked 18 times on FixTheMusic

The Carcassonne String Quartet comprises four professional musicians, who revisit the repertory of pop music with original arrangements for string quartet.

Their repertoire ranges from pop covers, jazz and film scores to classical and Jewish Klezmer music.

They are in demand to perform at weddings and corporate events in the South of France and throughout Europe.

We are regularly booked by clients on FixTheMusic for weddings and events at Château de Roquelune in Pézenas and Chateau de Brametourte in Lautrec, France.

So if you're looking to hire the finest string quartet South of France has to offer for your wedding or event, get in touch with us.

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Here are just some of the locations where we have been booked by clients on FixTheMusic for weddings and events...

  • Chateau de Brametourte, Lautrec, France
  • Château Les Carrasses, Route de Capestang, Quarante, France
  • Chateau Queille, Saint-Quentin-la-Tour, France
  • Domaine Des Andéols, Saint-Saturnin-lès-Apt, France
  • Château de Roquelune, Pézenas, France
  • Château de Pennautier, France
  • Marthon, France
  • Camon, France
  • Corsavy, France
  • Sauve, France

Alexia - violin

She studied at the CRR in Perpignan where she unanimously won first prize in violin in a master class with Jean Lenert at a very young age, as well as in chamber music.

Then she perfected in Paris with Amy Flammer. Since 2004 she has been teaching the violin at the Regional Conservatory of Perpignan, from which she is a state graduate.

She is conductor of the 2nd violins with the Perpignan Méditerranée Symphony Orchestra, as well as principal violin of the Collegium instrumental, the Barock Orchestra with singer Cali, and the Atelier Lyrique under the direction of Daniel Tosi.

She also performs in Spain, Corsica with chamber orchestras, as a soloist and in chamber music. She is a member of the Alzina Trio with piano and 1st violin of the Euterpe quartet.

Marie Camille - violin

She studied music at the CNR in Perpignan.

In 2004, she obtained a 1st Prize for Violin and Chamber Music. She perfected in Bordeaux with Vladimir Nemtanu, Nathalie Descamps and Alexis Galpérine and obtained in 2008 the State Diploma of Violin Teacher.

Member of the Collegium Instrumental Méditerranée since 2003 and of the Orchester Symphonique Perpignan Mediterranée since 2007, she also performs in various instrumental ensembles such as the Barock orchestra with the singer Cali under the direction of Daniel Tosi.

She has been teaching violin at the CRR in Perpignan since 2008.

Pauline - viola

She started playing the violin at the age of six.

In 2007, she obtained her award with honors with the congratulations of the jury at the Conservatoire de Lyon.

She then joined Jean Lenert's class at the Schola Cantorum in Paris and became a member of the Schola Chamber Orchestra, where she held the position of solo violin for two years.

In 2010, she won the 2nd Prize of Excellence at the Léopold Bellan International Music Competition. Fascinated by chamber music and the orchestra, she joined the Alta Bassa quintet as well as the Pastel and Euterpe quartet.

She passes on her passion by teaching young musicians chamber music and an introduction to the orchestral profession within the DEMOS educational project led by the city of music in Paris.

Since 2011, Pauline Guénichon has been combining the violin and the viola. She perfected in this instrument with Christophe Gaugué, super soloist viola of the Philharmonic Orchestra of Radio France.

She is a member of the Mozart Orchestra and is an additional violist with the Orchester National du Capitole de Toulouse and the Orchester de Chambre de Toulouse.

Delphine - cello

She started playing the cello at the Perpignan Conservatory and devoted herself entirely to the cello at the age of 19 after completing studies in literature.

She will obtain a first prize for cello and chamber music, an improvement prize at the CNR of Versailles.

She will perfect her skills with Erwan Fauré, Henri Demarquette, Yvan Chiffoleau and Patrick Gabard. At the same time, she will follow a higher training in chamber music at the Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique in Geneva and then at the CNSM in Lyon.

A State graduate, she has been teaching cello since 2004 at the CRR in Perpignan.

She is a member of the Perpignan Méditerranée Symphony Orchestra, and plays in various orchestras and chamber music groups in the region and also in Spain and Corsica.

She is a founding member of the piano trio Alzina and the Euterpe quartet.

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Alexia – violon

Elle étudie au CRR de Perpignan où elle obtient un premier prix de violon à l’unanimité en master class chez Jean Lenert très jeune, ainsi qu’en musique de chambre.

Puis elle se perfectionne sur Paris auprès d’Amy Flammer. Depuis 2004 elle enseigne le violon au Conservatoire à rayonnement régional de Perpignan, dont elle est diplômée d’Etat.

Elle est chef d’attaque des 2èmes violons au sein de l’orchestre Symphonique Perpignan Méditerranée, ainsi que violon solo du Collégium instrumental, le Barock orchestra avec le chanteur Cali, et l’Atelier lyrique sous la direction de Daniel Tosi.

Elle se produit également en Espagne, en Corse avec des orchestres de chambre, en soliste et en musique de chambre. Elle est membre du Trio Alzina avec piano et 1er violon du quatuor Euterpe.

Marie Camille – violon

Elle fait ses études musicales au CNR de Perpignan.

Elle obtient en 2004 un 1er Prix de Violon et de Musique de chambre. Elle se perfectionne à Bordeaux auprès de Vladimir Nemtanu, Nathalie Descamps et Alexis Galpérine et obtient en 2008 le Diplôme d'Etat de Professeur de Violon.

Membre du Collegium Instrumental Méditerranée depuis 2003 et de l'Orchestre symphonique Perpignan Mediterranée depuis 2007, elle se produit également dans divers ensembles instrumentaux tels que le Barock orchestra avec le chanteur Cali sous la direction de Daniel Tosi.

Elle enseigne le violon au CRR de Perpignan depuis 2008.

Pauline – alto

Elle débute le violon à l’âge de six ans.

En 2007, elle obtient son prix mention très bien avec les félicitations du jury au Conservatoire de Lyon.

Elle intègre alors la classe de Jean Lenert à la Schola Cantorum de Paris et devient membre du Schola Chamber Orchestra dont elle occupera le poste de violon solo durant deux ans.

Elle remporte en 2010 le 2ème Prix d’Excellence du Concours International de Musique Léopold Bellan. Fascinée par la musique de chambre et l’orchestre, elle intègre le quintette Alta Bassa ainsi que le quatuor Pastel et Euterpe.

Elle transmet sa passion en enseignant à de jeunes musiciens la musique de chambre et l’initiation au métier d’orchestre au sein du projet pédagogique DEMOS piloté par la cité de la musique à Paris.

Depuis 2011, Pauline Guénichon conjugue le violon et l’alto. Elle se perfectionne dans cet instrument auprès de Christophe Gaugué, alto super soliste de l’Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France.

Elle est membre de l’Orchestre Mozart et est altiste supplémentaire à l’Orchestre National du Capitole de Toulouse et à l’Orchestre de Chambre de Toulouse.

Delphine – violoncelle

Elle débute le violoncelle au conservatoire de Perpignan et se consacrera entièrement au violoncelle à l’âge de 19 ans après des études supérieures de lettres.

Elle obtiendra un premier prix de violoncelle et de musique de chambre, un prix de perfectionnement au CNR de Versailles.

Elle se perfectionnera auprès d’Erwan Fauré, Henri Demarquette, Yvan Chiffoleau et Patrick Gabard. Elle suivra en parallèle une formation supérieure de musique de chambre au Conservatoire Supérieur de Musique de Genève puis au CNSM de Lyon.

Diplômée d’Etat, elle enseigne le violoncelle depuis 2004 au CRR de Perpignan.

Elle est membre de l’orchestre symphonique Perpignan Méditerranée, et joue dans différents orchestres et formations en musique de chambre dans la région et également en Espagne et en Corse.

Elle est membre fondateur du trio avec piano Alzina et du quatuor Euterpe.

1 verified review

"The Carcassonne String Quartet were lovely. The couple were very happy with the music - we ended up having to have the service in the renovated 'cave' which was our plan B for rainy weather, but the acoustics were amazing! Delphine and her ladies were happy to go with the flow and I think they enjoyed their time there. I would certainly recommend them, and they were really nice people too, which helps as you can imagine. Many thanks once again."
– Gill Spencer, 30 September 2022, wedding at Chateau de Brametourte, France
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Set List
Pop Covers

Beautiful Day - U2

Say Something - A Great Big World

The Scientist - Coldplay

Marry You - Bruno Mars

Beautiful - Christina Aguilera

You’re Beautiful - James Blunt

You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker

Writing’s On The Wall - Sam Smith

Skinny Love - Birdy

All Of Me - John Legend

Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran

Flying Without Wings - Westlife

How To Save A Life - The Fray

Chasing Cars - Snow Patrol

Stay With Me - Sam Smith

Just A Kiss - Lady Antebellum

I Ll Stand By You - The Pretenders

A Groovy Kind Of Love - Phil Collins

With Or Without You - U2

Every Breath You Take - Police

Everything I Do I Do It For You - Bryan Adams

Fields Of Gold - Sting

You Raise Me Up - Josh Groban

Con Te Partiro - Andrea Bocelli

Vivo Per Lei - Helene Segarra Et Andrea Bocelli

Thousand Years - Christina Perri

River Flows In You - Twilight-yiruma

All I Want Is You - U2

I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston

Time Of My Life - Dirty Dancing

La Solitudine - Laura Pausini

Skyfall - Adele

Hello - Adele

Make You Feel My Love - Adele

Finding Beauty - Craig Armstrong

Imagine - John Lennon

Can’t Help Me Falling In Love - Elvis Presley

Yesterday - Beatles

This I Promise You - Nsync

Hallelujah - Leonard Cohen/jeff Buckley

No Surprises - Radiohead

Creep - Radiohead

Someday My Prince Will Come

Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve

Hoppipolla - Sigur Ros

Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Harold Arlen

Fix You - Coldplay

In My Place - Coldplay

Nothing Else Matters - Metallica

Somewhere Out There - James Horner

Meggie's Theme - Henry Mancini

Forgotten Dreams - Leroy Anderson

She - Charles Aznavour

Dexter’s Tune - Randy Newman

The Prayer - Celine Dion

Out Of Africa Theme Principal - John Barry

Braveheart Theme

One Hand One Heart - Leonard Bernstein

What Are You Doing The Rest Of Your Life De Michel Legrand

How Do You Keep The Music Playing - Michel Legrand

Hasta Mi Final - Il Divo

You Must Believe In Spring - Michel Legrand

The Way We Were - Barbara Streisand

Hushabye Mountain - M. Sherman

Somewhere In Time - John Barry

Cinema Paradiso - Ennio Morricone

La Vita E Bella - Nicolas Piovani

Romeo Et Juliette Love Theme - Henry Mancini

Moon River - Johnny Mercer

Classical Music

Sheep May Safely Graze - Js Bach

Jesu Joy Of Your Desiring - Js Bach

Aria De Js Bach

Prelude From English Suite N 3 De Js Bach

Te Deum - Charpentier

All We Like Sheep From The Messiah - Haendel

Halleluia Chorus From The Messiah - Haendel

Largo - Haendel

Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba - Haendel

Adagio D’ Albinoni

Canon De Pachelbel

Ave Maria De Gounod

Ave Maria De Schubert

Wedding March De Mendelssohn

Wedding March De Wagner

Cavalleria Rusticana De Mascagni

Meditation De Thais De Massenet

Nimrod, Enigma Variations D’elgar

Flower Duet De Lakme De Delibes

Phantom Of The Opera - A.lloyd Webber

Clair De Lune De Debussy

Reverie De Debussy

Pavane De Fauré

Je Te Veux D’eric Satie

Gymnopédie D’eric Satie

Venitian Gondola Song - Mendelssohn

Danse Polovtsienne De Borodine

Vocalise De Rachmaninov

Liebeslied De Kreisler

Lamento Quichua


Dark Eyes

Yiddish Klezmer Pieces

Hava Nagila

Hine Ma Tov

I Just Adore A Hora

Noah Doesn’t Know

Siman Tov/mazel Tov

Tantst, Tantst Yidelekh

Erev Shel Shoshanin

Dodi Li

K’var Achare Chatsot

Y’did Nefesh

K’ Shoshana Ben Hachochin


Jerusalem Of Gold

Wedding March

Chorshat Ha’ Ekaliptus

Eli Eli


For The Wedding Reception

Stand By Me - Ben E. King

Fly Me To The Moon

At Last - Etta James

Black Orpheus

Feeling Good

Sway Cherry Pink

Isn’t She Lovely - Stevie Wonder

L.o.v.e - Nat King Cole

Let’s Stay Together - Al Green

Quizas Quiza Quizas

You Can Leave Your Hat On - Joe Cocker

Can’t Take My Eyes Off Of You


Love Is In The Air

How Deep Is Your Love - Bee Gees



James Bond Theme

I Will Survive - Gloria Gaynor

Mama Mia - Abba

Dancing Queen - Abba

Don T Stop Believing

Everything You Take - Police

With Or Without You - U2

Bittersweet Symphony - Verve

Clocks De Coldplay

Wonderwall - Oasis

The Show Must Go On - Queen

We Are The Champions - Queen

Still Loving You - Scorpions

Creep - Radiohead

Sweet Dreams - Eurhythmics

Life On Mars - David Bowie

Bohemian Rhapsody - Queen

Nothing Else Matters - Metallica

Smoke On The Water - Deep Purple

Purple Haze - Jimmy Hendrix

Stairway To Heaven - Led Zeppelin

Kashmir - Led Zeppelin

Eye Of The Tiger


Viva La Vida - Coldplay

The Scientist - Coldplay

Starlight - Muse

Rolling In The Deep - Adele

Skyfall - Adele

Writing’s On The Wall - Sam Smith

Set The Fire To The Rain - Adele

Soul Bossa Nova - Quincy Jones

Billie Jean - Mickael Jackson

Smooth Criminal - Mickael Jackson

I Kissed A Girl - Katy Perry

Firework - Katy Perry

Without You - David Guetta

Rather Be - Clean Bandit

A Sky Full Of Stars - Coldplay

Unconditionally - Katy Perry

Titanium - David Guetta

Just The Way You Are - Bruno Mars

Marry You - Bruno Mars

Get Lucky - Daft Punk

I Gotta Feeling - Black Eyed Peas

Happy - Pharell William

Can’t Stop The Feeling - Justin Timberlake

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