Walk down the aisle to the sound of a soprano.

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Sarah Reddin, an award-winning, classically trained opera singer, has an incredible voice – one that can attain the grandeur heights of a cathedral, or equally charm the most intimate of gatherings.

Thrill and Delight

With a Masters in Opera Performance, the training Sarah has received over the years is unparalleled. Why not thrill your guests with the dulcet tones of a soprano, and send goosebumps down their spines! Sarah may have a sweet spot for opera, but her love of all kinds of music is reflected in her vast repertoire.

The Choice is Yours

Whether you know exactly what you want, or you feel you need a little support choosing your perfect wedding music, Sarah would be delighted to guide you with song choices and song placement, and would be more than happy to learn something new for you - anything to make your day as bespoke and personal as possible.

Peace of Mind

If you wish for additional musicians or instruments, Sarah will be able to accommodate you as best she can. She can liaise with your celebrant or resident organist if necessary, giving you total peace of mind in the run up to your big day. There is nothing she wouldn’t do to facilitate your music choices for your big day.

“Sarah has an amazing voice and everyone had such high praise for its beauty… there were many tears flowing! Coming up to the big day she was so polite and helpful. She gave ideas for what suited her voice as well as making a Disney song we love work. We could not be happier with how she added to our special day.”

Deirdre & Antonis, Dublin

Promise To You

“I will be committed to you, and do everything I can to make your day unforgettable. I adore music, and how it can bring so much joy to those who listen to it. To work with, I am professional and polite, but just as importantly, warm and friendly too. I truly look forward to the weddings at which I sing, and look forward to bringing something extra to your special day. Above all, to keep any worries at bay, I am always at the end of a line to discuss any aspect of the ceremony.”