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Celtic Strings
 

As individuals & together Alison & Lindsay have many years of experience in playing for all sorts of functions & events.

 

At weddings they can play soothing harp & fiddle music for that truly Irish / Celtic sound.

 

They can also perform as wandering minstrels mingling with your guests while they relax between the ceremony & reception. They can change their instrumentation to include, whistle, flute, accordion, mandolin, guitar or bodhran.

Listen to some samples of our music here.

 

If you need a band for your reception we can provide a 3-6 piece band.

 

The soothing sounds of harp & fiddle are also perfect for wakes & funerals.

Alison Boyd

Alison provides soothing harp music creating a peaceful atmosphere, perfect for weddings and intimate functions.

 

Specialising in Celtic & Australian music her repertoire expands out to include many other styles including Celtic covers of popular songs.

  

Originally from Belfast, she is a very accomplished harpist and multi-instrumentalist.

Alison has performed both nationally and internationally for weddings, parties, festivals, concerts, community events, Irish sessions, amusement parks, cruise ships, private and corporate functions, tourists, fundraisers, bush dances and Ceili nights. 

She played Celtic harp in Sydney Town Hall at a reception for the President of Ireland, Mary McAleese.

About Us

Lindsay Martin
 

Lindsay began learning the classical violin at the age of seven.  He was  fifteen when he began playing regularly with local bands and later became a resident musician at Parmys Woolshed in Berrima, NSW.

 

Lindsay plays an 1890’s French violin, a Davey Stuart Mandolin and Martin D28 Guitar. He has worked as an accompanist for several well known artists in live performance and in the studio, and has also worked as a session musician.

 

He is highly regarded in the Australian folk scene, and sought after for his natural artistic ability.

 

Recognised as one of the best accompanists in the country, he is also a well respected musician in his own right.

Photo credit - Terence J. Drysdale

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