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Donna Roche Soprano

Donna Roche Soprano

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Donna has over 18 years of experience performing at Weddings, Receptions, Concerts and Funerals. With Donna’s strong background in church music, she has a huge understanding of the wedding service be it church wedding, blessing, civil service and civil partnerships ceremonies. 


Donna’s key selling point is the versatility of her voice. She can adapt to any style of music and keep the feel of the song intact which is detriment as that can get lost in the cross over between genres. She can deliver the most versatile renditions of beautiful songs from classical, traditional, contemporary, musical theatre to gospel. She is one of Ireland’s much sought after singers.


Plan your ceremony;

Donna will guide you through every aspect of your ceremony to ensure you have all your favourite music while keeping within the liturgy of the mass. Donna will plan from the arrival of your guests at the church, the entrance of the bride, music throughout the mass and music for leaving the church. She will help you choose every song every step of the way. Musical accompaniment is provided and can vary from piano, violin, classical/jazz guitar, flautist, or an additional tenor voice depending on your needs etc.

Drinks Reception

The drinks reception is the time when your guests want to have a chat, some bubbles and laughter and celebrate your special day and relax before the meal. The addition of some easy listening music with contempory songs from jazz, pop, to musical theatre standards will add to the ambience for your guests.

This part of the day is hugely popular and proves effective in getting the wedding party into the mood for a fabulous night.

For more info contact Donna below for a set list


Civil Ceremonies

A civil ceremony may be shorter than a church wedding but it does not mean it is any less special.


Here is a sample layout of a civil/equality shot


Music for arrival of your guests

Entrance/Processional Music

Opening Words from the celebrant/registrar – welcoming of family and friends to your special day


An Opening Prayer Or First Reading. There is a lot of flexibility with civil ceremonies, readings can be meaningful or funny, you choose. Poetry is also accepted and if desired music can be played softly while readings/poems are being said.

The Definition Of Marriage

Wedding Vows – Have the celebrant read theirs or write your own and exchange them


Second Reading – As above

Exchange Of Rings


Lighting Of Candle

Signing of the register

Declaration Of Marriage


Presenting the newlyweds – I give you Mr & Mrs/Mrs & Mrs/ Mr & Mr

Recessional Music




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PhContact Details

Dublin, Ireland

Contact Name: Donna Roche

Call: +353 (0) 83-4803958

Email: Email Me


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