Simon Montgomery Ensembles

The Simon Montgomery Trio or quartet is the perfect option for the beginning of your wedding reception or private function as your guests arrive and enjoy canapes and cocktails.

With over ten years experience performing at many weddings and private functions throughout the Perth metropolitan area Simon Montgomery has gained valuable experience at providing music at the beginning of receptions, as background throughout dinner and also as the main dance entertainment at the conclusion of all the formalities of the evening.

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Simon Montgomery’s ensemble performs a variety of music in their repertoire including swinging jazz standards, popular latin numbers and even some popular contemporary songs that have been arranged as modern jazz standards. Upon request and an adequate amount of time there is the potential for a specific requested song to be learnt for the bridal dance or as a special item to create the ideal atmosphere for your event.

Listen to Simon Montgomery’s Ensembles

You’d Be So Nice to Come Home To.


When I Heard

On a Knife’s Edge

View the current repertoire of the Simon Montgomery Trio and Quartet.

To provide the ideal atmosphere for your wedding reception or function the Simon Montgomery has both a trio, consisting of either drums, bass and saxophone or bass, piano and saxophone, or a quartet, consisting of drums, bass, piano and saxophone. Upon request the instrumentation can be added to to include a trumpet, trombone, guitar or vocalist.

To book Simon Montgomery and his Trio or Quartet for your wedding reception or private function or for general enquiries please contact us.

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