Our classy trios are the perfect option if you are planning your wedding music from ceremony through reception or looking to take your private event to the next level. The groups below provide a full sound and feature a variety of genres of music!
Piano paired with two additional instrumentalists gives a quartet sound as the pianist covers two strings parts and adds additional notes!
- 1 violinist, 1 violist, and 1 pianist (most popular choice!)
- 1 violinist, 1 flutist, and 1 pianist
- 2 violinists and 1 pianist
- 1 violinist, 1 cellist, and 1 pianist
Live Trio Recording, Ceremony Music Samples:
Instrumentation: Violin, Viola, and Piano
Live Trio Recording, Cocktail Hour Samples:
Instrumentation: Violin, Viola, and Piano
Also, many of our musicians form beautiful trio combinations with choices including:
- 1 violinist, 1 violist, and 1 cellist (most popular choice!)
- 2 violinists and 1 cellist
- 1 violinist, 1 flutist, and 1 cellist
Jeff, Bruce, and Bryan
To note: In addition to piano, drums, and bass, Jeff also works regularly with a saxophonist, trumpeter, and female vocalist, when requested.
Jeff (Jazz Pianist and Trio Leader): Jeff has been playing professionally for 50 years. He has opened for Tony Bennett and played at Jilly's night club on 52nd St in NY City entertaining Frank Sinatra. He has played with Jimmy Heath, George Coleman, Ray Nance and Jimmy Nottingham. He also worked with Arvel Shaw ( Louie Armstrong's bass player).
Bruce (Drummer): Bruce earned his Bachelor of Music degree from the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. He played in New York for a number of years, as well as at venues all over the southeast. Bruce has also played with the Greensboro Symphony, locally with the Long Bay Symphony, and performed as lead percussionist with the Pawleys Island Concert Band, Pawleys Island Jazz Band, and other professional groups.
Bryan (Bassist): Bryan began playing professionally at the age of 15 with the Nu-Tones, a band with a storied history that is still in existence today after 60 years. He studied music at the College of William and Mary and played in and around Washington, DC early in his career, often at exclusive private clubs catering to politicians, high-ranking military officers, Fortune 500 CEOs, and various other celebrities. Additionally, has played with Bruce Hornsby and members of both Chuck Mangione’s band and the Dorsey bands.
Holly, Josh, and Seth
Holly, Josh, and Seth all grew up with a love for music which spanned many genres and they began learning their instruments at a young age! Throughout their youth, they found opportunities to share music in their schools, communities, and churches.
Since graduating college, they have not only worked as performers but also educators, training the next generation of musicians. Currently Seth works as an music educator with Black Tie Music Academy, Josh is the director of percussion at Ashley Ridge High School, and Holly is a music therapy clinical supervisor at Charleston Southern University.
On Sundays you can find these three in local church communities contributing to worship services on their respective instruments. In addition to weddings and corporate events, they enjoy sharing trio music for worship experiences, retreats, and conferences.
What sets this group apart is how they enjoy performing an eclectic range of music (check out their set list below) which allows them to keep their skill set high and monotony low. The variety is simply a lot of fun - plus it makes sure there's a song for everyone at an event!
Jordan and Kelly Boardman met when Kelly hired Jordan to play on her full length album "Things I See" under the stage name Kelly Evergreen. Kelly has been playing around the Charleston music scene for years, with performances at Awendaw Green and Kudu Coffee in downtown Charleston.
After completing the intensive program at the Contemporary Music Center in Nashville, TN, she decided to pursue a degree in Music Therapy at Charleston Southern University. After graduating she moved to Nashville to pursue her love of songwriting and performing.
Jordan has been working as a professional drummer since graduating from the Los Angeles College of Music, making his first mark in Knoxville, TN, and later in Nashville. They both lived in Nashville for a few years, but ultimately decided to move to Kelly's hometown of Charleston, SC, to make their mark on the local music scene together.
They love to partner with some of the Lowcountry's best keyboardists and bassists to form a trio and perform various Motown favorites, 80's and 90's classics with their folk and soulful inspired sound. They hope to provide a relaxed and down to earth listening experience, while honoring the classics.
Claire, Holly, and Kathryn
These three ladies have enjoyed working as solo artists for Lowcountry Pianist & Company LLC since it was founded in 2016. Recently they have combined their musical talents to form a trio sharing a variety of music appropriate for ceremonies, cocktail hours, first dances, and receptions!
In addition to their respective instruments they also provide vocals, when requested. Their genres span from classical to country, pop to rock, and more!
To learn more about them as individuals, visit their soloists pages: Claire, Holly, and Kathryn and listen to their trio below!