Here we are playing in the beautiful and famous Hall of Pillars in Crewe Hall, Cheshire. Crewe Hall was built by Sir Ranulph Crewe between 1616 and 1636 and it was the first brick building to be built in the North of England. Built during the reign of James I it boasts opulence and wealth. The great Hall of Pillars is surrounded by increadble oak carvings and a beautiful marble floor with a Jacobean staircase going up two floors. The acoustics are perfect for a string quartet and our dulcet tones wafted among the wedding guests who were enjoying canape's and champagne by the open fire.
It was a real pleasure to play in the Hall of Pillars and an honour to have been invited. We hope we will get the chance to play there again soon.