Kirsty and George have been a couple for 8 years, playing music together since their school days. We were supposed to be Married in 2020, but as you can probably guess, Covid19 thwarted our plans, so in 2021 it is! (Fingers Crossed!).


We know planning a wedding can seem a little daunting, even more so at the moment, so we would like to help make your music one less thing to worry about! Hiring musicians for your service doesn't count towards your amount of guests present and as a couple, we are a bubble, so are ready for all circumstances. 

We have enjoyed playing music for many weddings and events and thought it was about time we became a proper business and Duo. We love using our skills and knowledge to make your day or event really special and we hope you will take us on that journey with you. 

Here's a bit about each of us...


Kirsty O'Neill is an accomplished professional Choral Soprano and soloist. Since she graduated from Royal Holloway Chapel Choir in 2018, Kirsty has sung with professional choirs around London, toured around the world and performed with them and as a soloist in prestigious venues such as Canterbury and Norwich Cathedrals, Royal Albert Hall, Usher Hall and St John's Smith Square to name a few. Kirsty has regularly been on recordings, notably as a soloist on NYCGB's A Festival of Britten CD and on Ola Gjieilo's Winter Songs album, reaching Classical Number 1 in the UK. Kirsty loves singing for special occasions and can adapt to sing different styles, whether you'd like something classical, operatic or some jazz. Kirsty Co-Founded her own professional Choir, Recordare, comprising of the top young professional singers in the country and can fix a choir for your event should you like one.

George Inscoe is Assistant Organist at Norwich Cathedral, where he plays a wide variety of repertoire in services and recitals. George began his musical career as head chorister at Canterbury Cathedral and went on to study Organ at the Royal Academy of Music in London. George has also held the position of Organ Scholar at The Temple Church, London and before that at St Mark's Hamilton Terrace. George loves playing for services that make your day really special. He is able to help with your hymn requests and can provide a list of organ pieces to enhance the service. George is also an excellent Jazz pianist and can provide light background music for drinks after the service.


Both George and Kirsty have studied Music Technology and can

provide high quality editing and recording from home. They have recently been working with the 6000 strong Self Isolation Choir with their Requiems at Home projects. George also edited the Friends of Cathedral Music 'Sing Forever' Project, comprising of 267 chorister, Aled Jones and Elizabeth Watts.