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Unique Singing Violinist Berty
Canon – Pachelbel
Bolero – Ravel
Dance No 5. – Brahms
Air – Bach
Arrival of the Queen of Sheba – Handel
Jesu Joy of Man’s desire – Bach
Nocturne – Chopin
Pavane – Ravel
Serenade – Haydn
Ave Maria – Schubert
Pie Jesu – Faure
Pie Jesu – Andrew Lloyd Webber
Wedding March – Mendelssohn
Moment Musical -Schubert
Adagio in G Minor – Albinoni
Barcarolle – Offenbach
‘Love Actually’ Theme
Lullaby of Bird land
Over the Rainbow
Moonlight in Vermont
Lets Face the Music
Nightingale Sang in Berkley Square
Theme from ‘The Godfather’
Berty is one of a kind. A classical violinist and viola player with a beautiful soulful voice. With years of experience of performing in a huge array of events, she’s guaranteed to make each event special and unique.
For larger events, she has a more contemporary and exciting show. The music in this is classical cross-over with beats – including Eliza’s Aria and Sweet Dreams are Made of These.
For smaller, after-dinner events, she has a vintage style cabaret show. This is a light comedy show with songs like Diamonds are a Girls’ Best Friend and The Devil Went Down to Georgia. Total performance including some tap dancing, ballet and audience participation.
Please note – as well as her shows, Berty is also available to play classy, high quality background music for events.
Get in touch today to discuss your requirements.
Hi Brian, Berty was fabulous so thanks for introducing us to her - the evening went really well and some people are saying that it was our best party yet!! Which is a serious accolade! I hope Bertie enjoyed it and please pass on my thanks to her for the entertainment! Thanks once again for helping to make it a fantastic and memorable evening!Private Client, Christmas Party, Dion St Pauls, London
The skirt-swishing, fan-fluttering Berty doubles (with viola) as a sultry torch singer, burning up on It Ain't Necessarily So.Daily Mail
Berty's delightful arrangement of the hauntingly beautiful Norfolk folk song 'Sprig of Thyme' was exquisitely sung by her.Rosemary Curtis, EDP