Our Musicians will add an element of personal style to your Wedding Ceremony or Cocktail Hour. You will hear the difference with Main Event’s accomplished musicians. Imagine a live guitarist, vocal soloist, pianist, solo violin or a stringed quartet entertaining your guests! Nothing can match the elegance of live music for your event.
For live music versatility, consider a Pianist for your Wedding Ceremony, Cocktail Hour or Dinner Party. Our professional Piano Players can create a relaxed atmosphere in a quiet setting or have your guests toes tapping to a more upbeat rhythm. Jazz, Classical, Pop and many other styles are available for your unique event. If your venue does not have a piano our Pianists can bring a keyboard for a extra fee. DJ Kibar Moussoba is an accomplished Pianist as well as vocalist. With him as your DJ you can also book DJ Kibar to play for your Wedding Ceremony or Cocktail hour.
When it comes to Elegance consider the sounds of our Stringed Quartet, also available as a trio, duo or soloist, and priced accordingly. Special occasion music includes Wedding Marches and Bridal Choruses by composers such as Wagner, Clarke, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Strauss, Beethoven, Mozart and Haydn. When a change of pace is called for they can include ragtime and blues selections, Pop tunes, Show tunes and more. Our String Quartet could be the perfect touch to create your perfect atmosphere.
For versatility and mobility consider the wide selection of Erik Strout our classical guitarist. He has performed at venues such as the Palace Theater in Manchester NH, local colleges and other venues throughout NH and northern MA.
Guitar & Flute Duo
For over 23 years our Flute and Guitar Duo have provided elegant and peaceful music for nearly 1000 events all over New England. Their unmatched expansive and unique repertoire (because it is all written by Reed), from 16th Century European to 21st Century popular, allows them to specifically tailor their music to set the appropriate mood for any occasion. They are not ‘weekend’ musicians, rather, highly European Conservatory–trained professional musicians and music educators.