ABOUT Ensemble Solaire

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Combinations available

Beautiful things arrive from everywhere under the sun. 

The love of planet Earth and her music conducts the orbit of Ensemble Solaire. Infusing intelligent design into their musical programs, they create a band of dreams that weaves together disparate musical traditions.

In our first set of recordings, we present a typical evening with Ensemble Solaire. A 19th century Paris salon transforms itself into a tropical bacchanal before your very ears. Try some smoky RnB served ‘A La Manouche.’ Move to the sounds of a busy Buenos Aires street scene, then take some rest as the sun sets over the fields of Renaissance Tuscany.

Spirits unite across space and time to meet the challenge of now.

In a feudal world rife with competition, the thrill of camaraderie and new discovery delights Ensemble Solaire the most. Come and share their journey.


Jazz de Paris Clarinet Guitar and Bass 

Jazz Manouche Violin and Two Guitars 

7 Haitian Petro Guitar Bass and Congas 

Stride Jazz Violin and Two Guitars 

6 Haitian Mascarone Guitar Congas and Bass 

Full Service for Corporate Events Learn More>

Classical Guitar Ceremonies Inc.  is a company that provides full service options for large corporate events that may need to augment the sound for their venue. Trio Solaire and Classical Guitar Ceremonies  can provide Bose Tower Line Array speakers, a mixer, and an 18-inch high stage/riser (8x8 feet) and wireless microphone systems when requested.

Bose Tower Line Array speakers are known for their excellent sound quality and portability. They are designed to provide clear and powerful sound for large events . The mixer is an important component of any sound system as it allows you to control the volume and tone of each instrument or microphone. 

The 18-inch high stage/riser is perfect for large events as it provides a clear view of the performers and allows them to be seen by everyone in the audience.


Chopin a la Manouche guitar duo 

Mexican Lullaby Two Guitars