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What Will Set Your Event Apart?

The holidays are almost upon us. December follows so quickly on the heels of Thanksgiving that people are often caught by surprise and suddenly realize:

I’ve got to put the (annual—office—family—church—whatever) party together!

Don’t panic. Whether your venue is an office setting, a place of worship, a hospital or clinic, an event facility, or a private home, people love to gather for a good time. It’s easy enough to choose a place and order some catering in a city with so much from which to choose.

What will set your event apart from the rest? What will people remember and talk about months later? The music! Whether you’re celebrating Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or New Year’s, harp music will give your party that special quality everyone will love.

Music makes all the difference between a good party and a great party. The best background music fills in those quiet gaps before the room is full of people but is subtle enough to allow easy conversation. Amplification ensures the music is present but not overpowering even in a crowded venue.

Live music is especially appropriate when you have a program with scheduled speeches and presentations, because the musician can fill those moments when people are moving to and from the stage, etc. A solo harpist takes up less space and is more affordable than a DJ.

Live harp music is the perfect choice because the instrument adds that special elegant touch to your décor and sets the mood as guests enter because they hear the music even before they see the harp. The sound of the harp is pleasant and relaxing and will put your guests at ease.

Your clients and guests will enjoy hearing their favorite holiday music (from "Silent Night" to "Santa Baby" to "Sevivon") at breakfasts, luncheons, teas, parties, open houses, weddings, and other occasions. The sight and sound of the harp will add that special touch to make your event uniquely memorable. Affordable rates; amplification available. Let's party!

Please call or send an email if you have any questions. I’d love to hear from you!

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