Corporate, Private & Special Events

What we do

Seraphim Trumpets perform regularly at corporate, special and private events throughout the UK and abroad.

Our unique but traditional costumes and long belled herald trumpets with flags provide a stunning visual impact for your special event. We have our own selection of fanfares written for two, three or four trumpeters and are able to accommodate specific repertoire requests where appropriate through our special musical arrangement service. We have been heard playing fanfares for corporate events, special events in the presence of Royalty, Bishop’s Enthronements, graduation ceremonies, livery company dinners, product launches, opening new buildings, welcoming guests to parties, announcing speeches, for award ceremonies and in concerts.

Our clients have included those as diverse as; the Victoria and Albert Museum, Zenith Watches, Ron Dennis, Guildford Cathedral, St Pauls Church Knightsbridge, Rick Wakeman (The Six Wives of Henry VIII in concert at Hampton Court Palace), Credit Suisse, Westminster Cathedral, numerous Livery Companies and Guilds, Blind Veterans UK, the Dutch Olympic organisation (Heineken House at Alexandra Palace), the Royal Observatory Greenwich, amongst many others.

Our regal look has also brought a touch of British appeal to events abroad, in countries including France, Dubai, UAE, Italy, Germany, Scandinavia and the USA. Many foreign business groups and conventions visiting the UK have also enjoyed our exclusive service.

Fanfare – a short ceremonial tune or flourish played on trumpets, typically to introduce something or someone important.

A Seraphim Trumpets Fanfare – in regal costumes performed on herald trumpets. Often written especially for your event and always tailored to your requirements.


Fanfare examples

Fanfare for four trumpets


Fanfare for a Dignified Occasion – Bliss (four trumpets)


Fanfare – Korngold (three trumpets)


Fanfare in the style of a Hunting Song (two trumpets)


Fanfare – D Buxtehude (three trumpets and organ)


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