A wedding is an event that is usually planned a few months ahead. And for some people it may take up to several years. It is something you want just perfect. That’s why such a life event needs to be planned down to the minute detail. You will want to tie up all loose ends to make sure that everything looks exquisite and, most importantly, that it will be remembered forever. So here you are, your friends are waiting anxiously for the time they could "have a drink and stuff down some snacks and salads", while girls sigh regretfully that they "have no place to show off their new dresses." Yet, the food and dresses don’t need to be most memorable part of your celebration.
Sadly enough, this seems to be a growing trend! Wedding celebrations so often turn out languid, and colorless, and spiceless everywhere around the globe. So it would be only reasonable to wonder what prevents those parties from being a success. The answer is: no one invited a saxophonist to the wedding party.
One could ask themselves why invite a saxophonist. Firstly, I am flexible. Secondly, as a rule, I follow a special custom-made program. Frankly speaking, if you want a splendid party, there exist no ready solutions or templates unlike in organized groups and other entertainers. My preparations are always event-specific. If you want to be personally involved in making the background music accompaniment, you can expect no deviation from the settled plan. In addition, I can feel the audience vibe and will respond immediately to any critical turn of events by playing up-tempo jazz to pep up the party, or moody blues to pacify and relax the guests.
The newlyweds will be carried away with international music hits in jazz adaptations. And should the parents want to remember their good old days, the saxophone will revive their favorite songs.
This is when the main advantage of having a saxophonist at your wedding reveals itself – it is the finishing touch, or the icing on the cake. Surely you will not forget the music you have first danced to as Mr. and Mrs. And guests will fondly look back upon the music, fun and romance at one go. Music is the best way to improve your mood as it helps to relax and chill. With a saxophonist at your wedding, you will see happiness and joy on your guests’ faces!
A saxophone is also a perfect instrument to play in tandem: it will help to reveal the potential of the singer's voice, or complement the violin’s role. Every wedding has its own ambience, and my goal is to convey the happy feelings of the newlyweds to all the guests at your celebration!
On the special day of your wedding ceremony, indulge yourself with a silken saxophone blast. And make sure your people are entertained as well – while you are busy with the one who stole your heart. My sax and I will be there for you, be it the registration itself or going down the rose-petal path to the altar. Whatever song comes to your liking, it will render a special touch to your event.
What is a bigger shot on you W-day: your newlywed photo op or keeping your good old friends awake after the ceremony? When choice is tough, kill two birds with one stone: leave yourself wide open to your photo guru – and let your guests throw their own party with some sax in it.
You can have a lively chat with your guests and soothing background music at the same time. All during your wedding breakfast. A live mini-concert played on a saxophone by a pro will make it come true.
Your first dance with your future spouse can become even more heart-stirring. Tender saxophone accompaniment is the answer. I will support your move with any track you choose and also look after stage light and costumes – with a preliminary rehearsal as an option.