A superb addition to any event, whether it’s a wedding reception, corporate event or private party, the JONNY HEPBIR INSTRUMENTAL QUARTET will not disappoint!
As with the JONNY HEPBIR TRIO, the Quartet’s repertoire spans across the 1920’s, 1930’s and 1940’s, their music of choice being a vibrant blend of Gypsy Swing, jazz standards and funky Latin guaranteed to liven up any occasion.
To book the Instrumental Quartet, you first need to choose from one of the following instrument line-ups:
♦ Two guitars, double bass and violin
♦ Two guitars, double bass and accordion
♦ Two guitars, double bass and clarinet / saxophone
This distinctive style of vintage music is the perfect complement to all kinds of special occasions including wedding ceremonies and receptions, birthday, anniversary and engagement parties, drinks receptions, themed events, Christmas and New Year celebrations, exhibitions and launches; and its Continental, upbeat quality is a refreshing alternative to more traditional acoustic ensembles.
To watch videos of the Instrumental Quartet, view photos and read testimonials from our past clients, please click the pictures below:
It is also possible to hire JONNY HEPBIR as a SOLO GUITARIST.
The band are based in southern England and are available to perform anywhere in the UK and abroad, with recent bookings at such diverse locations as Morocco and the Isle of Sark.
Recent jazz festival bookings have included the Django Reinhardt Festival in Samois-sur-Seine, France in 2013 and Birmingham International Jazz Festival.
They can play either acoustically or with amplification, depending on your requirements, and will tailor their performance to your needs.
With an enviable client list that includes Sir Paul McCartney, Roman Abramovich and Sir Terence Conran, you can be assured of top quality music and professionalism, no matter what size or type of event!
Past clients and venues include: Sir Paul McCartney, Sir Terence Conran, Roman Abramovich, Paul Merton’s wedding (Have I Got News for You), Mark Williams (The Fast Show, Harry Potter), Neil ‘Razor’ Ruddock’s wedding (Hello! Magazine), Royal Bank of Scotland, Ricard, Skadden, Fugro, Price Waterhouse Coopers, The Navy Club St James’s Square London, Claridges Hotel, The Ritz, The National Theatre, V&A Museum, The Royal Albert Hall, Royal Festival Hall, The Barbican Centre, Telecom Tower, The Wallace Collection, The RSA, Blenheim Palace, Beachdown Festival Brighton, London Jazz Festival, Birmingham International Jazz Festival, Django Reinhardt Festival 2013 in Samois-sur-Seine, France