Book A Musical Entertainer For Your Private Event

Posted on: 20 August 2020

Booking a musical entertainer for your wedding or other major event can be a major part of the budget as well as one of the more memorable parts of the event. To make sure that you choose the right musical entertainer for your event, there are some steps that you will want to incorporate into your planning efforts. Review A Sample Of The Musical Entertainer's Past Performances Before you seriously consider a musical entertainer, you should always listen to a sample of their previous performances.
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At-Home Family Dance Party To Beat The Quarantine Blues

Posted on: 15 May 2020

It's one of the things everybody in the world, it seems like, is dealing with right now. What to do with everybody stuck at home all the time? Probably everybody is spending a lot of time on devices. Phones, tablets, computers, and televisions. That's fine, even normal, for what counts as 'normal' right now. And everybody needs some quiet time, especially kids. Kids also need a place for all their energy to go, and it's a lot harder to find outlets for it when they can't play with friends or even, in some places, outside at all.
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The Dos And Don'ts Of Hiring Musical Entertainment For Your Conference

Posted on: 26 February 2020

A business conference is often an event where like-minded professionals can make big steps in their career development. In order to help the attendees stay motivated, it helps to have breaks and opportunities where they can unwind and have fun with their peers. Consider these dos and don'ts when you are planning the musical entertainment for your conference.  Do Look at Reviews and Ask for References  When you are first looking at your options for corporate entertainment, look beyond the polished websites of musical acts.
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Is Your Child Ready For Piano Lessons?

Posted on: 15 November 2019

Has your child been asking for piano lessons? Perhaps he or she has been at a friend's house and has seen the friend practicing for his or her next piano lesson. Maybe your child hasn't expressed an interest in playing the piano, but you want that for him or for her. Maybe you have read that children who play a musical instrument often do better in school.  No matter the reason that you are considering piano lessons for your child, do you already have a plan?
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