Describe the best wedding that happened at National Centre for Early Music?
It's too hard to pick a single one. They are all so special for so many different reasons.
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
Enjoy the process! Remember to stop every once in a while and soak it all in with your partner.
What’s your favourite personal touch you’ve seen at a wedding?
Photographs of the couples parents on their own wedding days - a lovely subtle but very personal touch!
Describe National Centre for Early Music in 5 adjectives
Historic, Classic, Person
Where’s the best photo spot at National Centre for Early Music?
Our incredible ornate Romanesque porch from the 12th century. It's a perfect frame for your intimate couple shots as well as an impressive backdrop for the large group photographs.
Have you had any celebrity guest or wedding at National Centre for Early Music?
The absolutely delightful Kate Bottley.
What’s your favourite canapé?
I love a mini Yorkshire Pud!
What’s your favourite midnight treat?
What is National Centre for Early Music most unique feature?
As well as the perfect photo spot, our incredible ornate Romanesque porch from the 12th century is our most unique feature.
What part of your business are you most proud of?
As a registered charity, we are constantly working to utilise the power of music to change lives, engaging with communities of all ages and backgrounds locally, regionally, nationally and internationally. Our education programme, I Can Play, provides music-making opportunities for D/deaf children across York, and Minster Minstrels, the NCEM's youth early music ensemble for school-age musicians. By holding your wedding here at the NCEM, you help make it possible for us to continue changing lives through music.