Packages start at £200 for the most basic, and can be tailored to meet your every need and requirement.

If you are on more of a budget, I can perform with high-quality backing tracks, or you can choose to have a live accompanist (or band during the reception). This could be in the form of piano or organ, or something a little more exotic; a harpist or flautist, or extra singers, for example. All the musicians I work with are highly skilled, having trained at conservatory level or higher.

For all weddings, I am happy to advise on music and make suggestions. I am also happy to learn new pieces, provided enough notice is given.
Pricing reflects the amount of rehearsal time and number of instrumentalists involved.



Bronze package - £290 for three songs from the above repertoire list, with piano accompaniment.

Silver package - £320 for singing during the ceremony with piano/organ accompaniment. You can choose any four songs you like from the repertoire list or you can request extra songs for me to learn. I will also sing during any hymns to boost the congregation. You may choose to have a piano processional/recessional if you prefer.

Gold package - to be negotiated (from £350). Singing during the ceremony with other instrumentalists (e.g. soprano & harpist or soprano, flute & continuo, an extra singer for duets), any songs or instrumental processional/recessional music of your choosing.

Diamond package - to be negotiated. Full day of singing, with instrumentalists/band of your choice.

Basic package - £200 for three songs from the above repertoire list during the ceremony (processional, signing, recessional) with high-quality backing track.

All costs include rehearsal time. Travel costs not included, unless within OX14.

I require a £45 deposit on the day of booking.


Anna has a basic list of songs and arias frequently requested for weddings which is viewable on
the repertoire page. This list is by no means exhaustive, especially regarding Jazz and popular music, which have not been included. Anna is happy to learn new repertoire provided enough notice is given.