Andrew Rozen is an Exciting Choice for a Wedding Performance

Holly Leszczynski

Andrew Rozen is a Melbourne based guitarist, singer and songwriter. An exciting face on the live music scene in Melbourne, Andrew left a decade long career in graphic design to follow his true passion and play music full time. Specialising in wedding ceremonies and canape sets, Andrew is the perfect choice for your special day.

Regularly performing at venues around Melbourne, Andrew’s experience and talent are bound to be a great addition to your wedding. His mesmerising voice and acoustic guitar are sure to impress you and your guests, making your day as memorable as possible. Andrew will add depth and musical flavour, soulfully serenading you as you walk down the aisle.

Able to accommodate any requirements, Andrew can play an impressive selection of music perfect for wedding ceremonies and canape sets, even offering an array of Chuppah and Jewish music. Andrew can perform songs from artists such as The Beatles, Cat Stevens, Ed Sheeran, The Darkness, Fleetwood Mac and Joe Cocker.

To beautifully accompany your walk down the aisle, Andrew can play “I Can’t Help Falling In Love” by Elvis Presley, “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You” by Frankie Valli and “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong. For a canape set, Andrew can perform “Imagine” by John Lennon, “Hallelujah” by Leonard Cohen and “Valerie” by Amy Winehouse.

This medley perfectly showcases Andrew Rozen’s impressive musical ability. Featuring tracks from Bob Marley, Ed Sheeran, Jason Mraz and Roy Orbison, this performance is a great example of why Andrew would be an exciting choice for your wedding.  

Sure to make your wedding day a memorable experience, you can’t go past Andrew Rozen. His experience and talent speak for themselves, making him the ideal choice to accompany your walk down the aisle or serenade you and your guests.

Be sure to check out Andrew Rozen and book him for your wedding ceremony or a canape set.


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