I must tell you… This was one of the best weddings! I nothing understand, everything in Latin and Spanish but the bride was beautiful and the church was full!
The priest, Father Krier has a wonderful church and is director of St Joseph’s Catholic Church. He made me feel right at home and helped me when I was suppose to play.
The bride and groom were so happy. I have a great business when I get to join in a celebration of joy with good people like these.
This weekend I played for an intimate wedding at the luxury hotel Ravella, at beautiful Lake Las Vegas. The groom was dashing and the bride, beautiful in a gown she designed herself.
Just as the sun is setting on the lagoon, the bride walks down a candle lit path covered in rose pedals while I play “All I Ask of You” on my violin.
The ceremony on the beach with the music, the sunset and the beautiful couple was a magic moment, for sure.
I played violin for Wedding
I played violin in a Catholic Church for the beautiful wedding of Jesus and Marylynn Herrera. There were so many people there.
Marylynn wore a beautiful white dress and Jesus was so handsome in his tux. Father Krier was gracious and nice to me. So much fun when everybody is nice!
Today is Russian Christmas so I say to my Russian friends, Pozdravlyenie s Rozjdyestvom i s Novym Godom!
Celebrating New Years Eve in Las Vegas is fantistic!
Last New Year, at midnight my husband proposed to me in Russian! He does not know how to speak Russian but he tries! Instead of saying, “Would you marry me?” he said in Russian, ? I want to marry me!” I laughed and how could I say no to him. He so tried.
This year, I played New Year’s Eve at a local Russian Restaurant. It was so much fun. My Countrymen know how to have a good time. New Year is one of our biggest holidays in Russia. Fireworks in Las Vegas was spectacular. After I played violin at restaurant, My lovely husband, Terry and I got together with good friends and brought 2012 in together. Fantastic!
As the Las Vegas Violinist, I get to meet such nice people here in America. Thank you for allowing me to play for you!
Snovim Godom! (Happy New Year!)