Meet the Musicians
Ever After Band
Cara begun her professional singing career as a choral scholar. Since gaining a first class honours in Vocal Performance, she has sung in a variety of concerts: most notably at Bridgewater Hall with the Hallé Orchestra, and in some of the UK's most famous cathedrals - including Westminster Abbey, where she sang for her Majesty the Queen! A keen fundraiser and supporter of Make A Wish, Cara is a regular vocalist for their prestigious charity gala concerts. Cara has nearly a decade of performance experience for weddings and is committed to ensuring your enjoyment by delivering your favourite music on your big day.
Classically trained, Contemporary harpist Rachel has been playing the harp since she was 10 years old. Beginning her lessons in St George’s in Windsor Castle, and Eton College, Rachel has performed at many prestigious events, music festivals and locations in London and Europe and has made television and radio appearances. Along with playing for members of the Royal family and other notable individuals, Rachel’s ever expanding repertoire is what she prizes herself on, from jazz, to contemporary to Classical. With a real passion for this beautiful instrument, she is willing to make your wedding as special as possible and is open to requests.
Sam is a pianist, conductor and arranger and Musical Director. His most recent credits include productions at the Lyric Hammersmith, Unicorn Theatre, Riverside Studios, Tristan Bates Theatre, The Crucible (Sheffield Theatres), The Curve and West Yorkshire Playhouse. Sam is the Artistic Director for the London Sound Project. As a pianist, keyboardist and accompanist, he has played in many of London’s most prestigious venues, including the Royal Albert Hall and the Savoy. His playing and bespoke musical arrangements created especially for Ever After clients are thoughtful, eclectic and set the tone for our couples’ weddings.