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Several  years ago, I sang my first wedding — my best girlfriend from music school’s Big Day —  and cried so hard that I could barely see the music!  But I was hooked!  Since then, and hundreds weddings later, I’ve learned to control my emotions while singing the Mass, but never fail to be moved by the meaning of the ceremony.  I have sung on the stages of  The Kimmel Center, Carnegie Hall and many other fantastic venues, but none are more meaningful to me than expressing the words and melodies that mean most to a bride and groom on their special day. It is one of the greatest rewards of my work as a professional singer and performer.  I offer my personal and musical best to make your music beautiful and unique, just as the rest of your wedding will be!

  • Meggan and Robert
    To The members of The Shrewsbury Quartet, Please accept our sincere thanks for the giving of your time and talent to our wedding celebration. We prayed for a beautiful day and you were a major part of that outcome. Your professionalism and calmness have likely soothed many a frazzled bride including this one. Sincerely, Meggan and Robert
  • Bryant Heisinger
    Hi Tony, I’m sorry I didn’t get to see you after the wedding ceremony for Lauren and James on Sunday (May 16) at Lucien’s in Berlin. Your group performed (as always!) marvelously–and, you weren’t “thrown for a loss” when they changed the processional order and sent the flower girl in second instead of next to last!!! It’s always wonderful to see Shrewsbury musicians at a ceremony. Best regards, Bryant Heisinger, ULC TheMarriageMan.com

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