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If you're looking to host a first-class event, then the Brighton Film Quartet are for you! Their music is incredibly varied and guaranteed to truly entertain your guests whether it's background for a dinner or drinks reception, or a full-blown concert. Piano, clarinet, violin and cello combine beautifully to sound more like a mini orchestra, their repertoire including classical, cinematic, contemporary and original film-style pieces, from Ave Maria to Adele, the Charleston to Jungle Book. The Quartet are resident at the Grand Hotel in Brighton and have vast experience playing private and public concerts in stately homes and five-star hotels, including the Royal Academy. This year they are booked to play at Kensington Palace, Whitehall and the Tower of London.

What you'll get when you hire the quartet:

* incredibly versatile range of music

* 100% professionalism

* high quality PA system and an excellent Yamaha keyboard if required

* bespoke music whether it's a romantic wedding, upbeat cocktail soiree or cultural dinner concert by candlelight

To find out more please ring Penny on 0788 1915593 or email below. See our press page for testimonials and more. We look forward to working with you! 



set list


A gaelic blessing - John Rutter

Air on a G string - Bach

Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - Handel

Ave maria - Gounod

Ave maria -  Schubert

Ave Maria - Piazzolla

Ave verum - Mozart

Bridal March - Wagner

Danny Boy - Traditional

Gabriel’s Oboe - Morricone

Halleluia Chorus - Handel

Jesu Joy of man’s desiring - Bach

I was glad – written for Royal Wedding - Parry

Laudate - Mozart

Meditation (from Thais) - Massenet

Nessun Dorma - Puccini

Nimrod - Elgar

Pachebel Canon - Pachelbel

Panis angelicus - Franck

Salut d’amour - Elgar

Sugar plum fairy - Tchaikovsky

Swan - Saints-Saens           

Theme from vicar of dibley - Rutter       

Wedding March - Mendelsohn



A wonderful World

I got rhythm - Gershwin

Moon river - Mancini

Nice work if you can get it - Gershwin

Someone to watch over me - Gershwin

Summertime - Gershwin

The girl from ipanema - Jobim

The pink panther - Mancini

Hey Big Spender

Bare Necessities -  Terry Gilkyson

Charleston - Jimmy Johnson

Cinema Paradiso - Ennio Morricone

I do like to be beside the seaside - John Glover-Kind

Libertango - Piazzolla

Merry Christmas Mr Lawrence - Ryuichi Sakamoto

Maria - West side story

Tonight - West side story

America - West side story

I feel Pretty - West side story

Mr Sandman - Pat Ballard

My heart will go on – Titanic - Homer

Walking in the air - Howard Blake

Happy Birthday

Somewhere over the rainbow

Singing in the Rain



1000 years - Christina Perri

Abba Medley

Angels - Robbie Williams

All you need is love - Beatles

Beatles Medley - When I'm 64, With a little help from my friends, Penny Lane

Beautiful - Christina Aguilera

Bridge over troubled waters - Beatles

Eleanor rigby - Beatles


How deep is your love - Bee Gees

If I ain’t got you - Alicia Keys

I’ll be There - Jackson Five

Imagine -  Beatles

It must be love - Madness

Killing me softly - Charles Fox

Life on mars - David Bowie

Make you feel my love - Adele

More than Words - Extreme

Moon dance - Van Morrison

O holy night - Adolphe-Charles Adam

Scarborough Fair - Anon

Shenandoah - Harry Belafonte

Viva la vida - Coldplay

Wonderful tonight - Eric Clapton

Yesterday - Beatles


Christmas – gorgeous traditional and more unusual arrangements

12 days of Christmas

A child is born in Bethlehem

Away in a manger

Adam lay abounden

Christmas lullaby

Deck the halls

Ding dong merrily on high

Gabriel’s message

God rest ye merry gentlemen

Hark the herald angels sing

In dulci jubilo

In the bleak midwinter

Nativity carol

O come all ye faithful

O come, o come Emmanuel

O holy night

O little town of Bethlehem

Once in royal david’s city

Personent hodie

Quem Pastorum

Sans day carol

See amid the winter’s snow

Shepherd’s pipe

Silent night

The first noel

The Holly and the ivy

We wish you a merry Christmas


FILM-STYLE – beautiful, cinematic, original compositions by penny loosemore, see here for samples










Laura’s song                                                           


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