At this week’s star wedding, the groom’s a conductor, the bride’s in the chorus

At the wedding of Catharine Rogers and Ben Woodward last Saturday, there was bound to be music. Catharine’s a soprano and Ben’s conductor of Fulham Opera.

So they warmed up with the fugue from Verdi’s Falstaff. No mistaking the groom in the video. Looks like the best man is playing viola in the orchestra in a grey top hat and the bride, singing Alice, emerges gloriously at the end from the chorus..

Sheer joy.

We wish these lovely guys a lifetime of encores.

ben and catharine woodward

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