الأربعاء، 17 سبتمبر، 2014

Music for Events - How to pick the right musicians!




Everybody knows that planning the perfect music for your event can be stressful whether you are looking for unique entertainment or simply background moods. You may be booking for either wedding music, corporate event music or are having a special commission being performed and yet the anxious feeling still remains the same. In an ideal world you want to be complimented about your booking decision by your peers but when you are relying on other people to be on time, be professional and provide the goods it can make you on edge until after the event.


What type of music do I need?

Firstly you need to decide what you are wanting to achieve with the music. Is it simply background music or is it a performance you require? If you think your guests are going to want to chat and not need to shout, you need to choose background music. A featured performance can be an excellent way to signify the event is moving into a new phase e. g. speeches or a lecture, or it can signify the end of your event.

Daytime Music

Now you know what the role of the music is going to be, now you need to consider who is attending your event and what music they may appreciate! Sometimes an event will have just the older generation, and some at a wedding for example , may be very mixed. So how do you cater for everyone? Well lets consider time of day first. If you have a morning or afternoon event then a full on musical assault may be not what people expected! Light classical entertainment is recommended. Consider instruments such as harp, string quartet or piano. If you want light entertainment that suits ages across the board and people are sure to remember and talk about after the day then you need to think slightly more 'out of the box'. More unusual instruments such as the vibraphone can be an excellent choice as it has a beautiful sound which is not too loud and is capable of 'wowing' people. I encountered such an experience at a corporate event when I saw 'Emma Welsby' playing the vibraphone. She was accompanying people as they were entering a corporate event run by PIANC (The World Association For Waterborne Transport Infrastructure). The sound floated around the room and was a beautiful background sound to listen to.


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