About the Musicians

We enjoy making your wedding or party really special. Even though our combined experience adds up to playing at hundreds of weddings, we know that your wedding is a once in a lifetime event.

We understand your organizational challenges, and how important it is to you that the music part of your wedding or event go smoothly. That is why you need a professional group who will arrive on time, perform exactly as you have asked, and not add to your stress!

We have never cancelled an engagement, or not shown up, or shown up late. We will provide you with a written contract so that you know we have all the crucial information about your event. We will help you select music if you like.

In the event that one or two of our usual members have a scheduling conflict, we substitute other musicians of equal caliber.

Please call 541-552-9349 or email us if you have questions!

"Thank you so much for helping make our wedding a truly magical day.
Your music was absolutely wonderul and exactly what we had hoped for."

Scott Cole, violin, was concertmaster of the Rogue Valley Symphony, for 16 years, is a member of the Britt Festival Orchestra, and has also performed with the North State Symphony (Chico and Redding, CA), the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra, Rogue Opera Orchestra, and many other local ensembles. During the Oregon Shakespeare Festival's 2010-11 season he played for their production of "Pirates of Penzance." Scott has a PhD in Music Performance. Scott is also a piano tuner/technician. He teaches violin privately, and can be reached at 541-601-9033.

Lisa Truelove, cello, is a member of the Britt Festival Orchestra, the North State Symphony (Chico and Redding, CA), and has been a member of the Rogue Valley Symphony and played in the symphony's Chamber Players String Quintet for over 20 years. In the past she has been a member of the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra, symphonies in Redding and Eugene, and many local ensembles. During the 2001 season, Lisa performed at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival in "Enter the Guardsman," "Three Sisters," and "Merchant of Venice." In 2003, she performed at the Oregon Cabaret Theater. She offers private instruction in cello and piano, and can be reached at 488-5696.

Barb Barasa, viola, is a member of the North State Symphony, was a member of the Rogue Valley Symphony for 14 years, and was a member of the Chamber Players String Quintet for four years. She has also been a member of the Jefferson Baroque Orchestra and other Rogue Valley ensembles, and played in many orchestras and chamber groups in the Chicago area. In addition to playing traditional western music, she has played in the gamelan ensemble at Southern Oregon University. Barb has also been a piano tuner/technician for over 30 years. E-mail her at barb@websitings.net, or call 552-9349.