Christine Favorite, soprano


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You can contact Christine at 267-250-3872

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Christine is a native of Bucks County, Pennsylvania. She has worked as a performer for an entertainment company which provides singers, dancers and other entertainers for weddings, bar mitzvahs, parties, corporate events, etc. She has worked as the Youth Music Minister at St. Andrews Church in Newtown, PA, as well as served as the Cantor at a variety of Bucks County churches. She has sung numerous times for the Cardinal at the Cathedral in Philadelphia, and has sung internationally at the Sydney, Australia Opera House and at St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome, Italy.  Christine’s credits include: Philadelphia Catholic League All-Catholic Choir and a variety of leading roles over 10 years in The Word, a Gospel rock-opera. Christine is currently the lead singer in two local bands, Some Assembly Required, and The Regifters. She was also chosen to sing The National Anthem at a Philadelphia Phillies game for the last three years and she has been the winner of numerous vocal competitions throughout the area.

 

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Crystal DiGiovacchino, soprano


You can contact Crystal at 856 275-4537
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Crystal’s life is performance related in a nutshell.  I always take the first opportunity I can to further my education and performance experiences which has served me well.  I’ve performed with orchestras in the U.S. and in Europe and have trained with some of the finest musicians that have graced the stages.  Currently I’m dabbling in the movies and modeling and educating myself in movement.  I’ve seen glory being a lead in operas, winning competitions, and traveling and performing.  However, singing for weddings is absolutely special.  I’m the most excited non-relative on that day because I am singing my heart out for two people that are joining their souls together in holy matrimony.  If you’re looking for a performance of genuine, heartfelt emotion on your special that is high in quality, then I am looking forward to singing for your wedding.

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Jaclyn Elizabeth DiLouie, soprano


You can contact Jaclyn at 856-430-9150
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Jaclyn has performed in many choirs from Westminster Choir College with NJ Pops Orchestra, NJ and NY Symphonic and Philharmonic Orchestras, and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra of London.  Performances were held in venues such as Carnegie Hall and NJPAC.  She traveled with the Westminster Concert Bell Choir to Canada for a Royal Christmas Tour, featuring soloists Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer, and Charlotte Church.  Jaclyn has had many opportunities to sing as a soprano soloist as cantor in many churches throughout southern and central New Jersey, including her present position at St John Neumann Church in Mt Laurel NJ and  past positions at Sacred Heart Church in Riverton and St. Joan of Arc Church in Marlton.  Jaclyn also plays the piano and percussion, as well as soloist, for some community bands in the area.  She studied voice with Carol Porter and Anne Ackley Gray and studied piano with Lillian Livingston.  Currently, Jaclyn teaches vocal and instrumental music at St. Joan of Arc Elementary School in Marlton and private voice and piano instruction at Perkins Conservatory in Moorestown, NJ.

 

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  • Emily and Justin
    Dear Shrewsbury String Quartet, Justin and I send a sincere thanks for doing such a professional job and allowing our wedding to go so smoothly. We are grateful that you were able to be a part of our special day. It was a pleasure meeting and working with your business. With Great Appreciation, Emily and Justin
  • Krista
    Tony,Thank you and the rest of the musicians for their outstanding performance on our December 26th wedding. You truly set the ambiance for a beautiful candle-lit wedding. I heard very good reviews from my guests. Our Pastor has passed your name along to others who may be in need of your services. Thank you for making our special day that much more magical. Thanks, Krista

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