Add refinement and sophistication to your event when you hire classical singers from Entertainment Nation. Our classical opera singers are note perfect professionals who'll infuse your occasion with grandeur.
Entertainment Nation is the only place to book the best classical singers and opera singers. These elegant entertainers produce exceptional interpretations of classical and operatic gems made famous by the likes of Luciano Pavarotti, Maria Callas, Placido Domingo, Jose Carreras, Joan Sutherland and Andrea Bocelli.
Hire a classical wedding singer from the experts in live entertainment at Entertainment Nation. We're here for you from 10am until 10pm every day of the week and look forward to hearing from you.
Not only do we have a wide variety of bands and musicians for you to choose from, we have fostered good relationships with them, giving you the reassurance that you are booking through a reputable entertainment company who are passionate about what they do.
We alleviate the pitfalls couples normally encounter when organising their event entertainment. We will provide you with expert guidance and support that’s only a phone call away, we can not only ensure you choose the best band for your celebration but that your day runs smoothly too.
To help you with the selection process you can watch videos for each of our bands and performers so you know what they sound like and the atmosphere they can create with their music.
We ensure that all of our musicians and acts hold Public Liability Insurance of minimum £1,000,000 cover.
Start the journey today and browse our selection of bands.
We had a great band for our event. They got everyone on their feet right from the start, and kept them up on the sparkly dance floor until they struck their last note. They were amazingly flexible, considering our timings all went aray and were more than happy to keep the party going with music coming out of their system (which sounded fab by the way) between their performances. Top draw and a massive 5* thumbs up! Thanks guys!
Jon Fields – February 2016