The Palace Party Band are a five piece band playing a heady cocktail of vintage jazz, razzamatazz, cabaret songs, crazy Klezmer and Latin tango mixed with a splash of jungle juice.
Steel Rhythms are perfect for any occasions; Weddings, Parties, corporate events, BBQs, Carnivals, Caribbean theme parties with a rich and authentic Caribbean sound featuring the Steel Drum.
Authentic yet original and rhythmic phrasing, the dominant sound of the steel pan, the heavy bass drum and the wicked lines of the bass guitar puts them right at the forefront of Europe’s Caribbean music scene.
Adam is not your everyday acoustic player, using a technique called “Lap Tapping”; he rests the guitar on his lap and powerfully taps the frets and strings to create a captivating cacophony.
Whether you are looking for a wedding harpist, a harpist for a corporate event or a harpist for an Irish event or concert, Gina’s wonderful performances will add huge value to any occasion.
Holding musical plays all around the UK, Europe and beyond, Kiranpal advanced techniques of the instrument, combined with a creative flair and spontaneous imagination, Kiranpal is perfect for musical performances, Instrumental acts as well as religious functions and festivals.
The Off Beat Jazz String Trio are ideal for live shows, weddings, functions as well as studio recording sessions. The band is also available as a quartet if need be, with a drummer added to the line up.
Yu Cheng is an internationally renowned pipa and guqin virtuoso, scholar and specialist in Chinese music. She holds degrees in Chinese music from the Xi’an Conservatory of Music, China (BMus.) and the School of Oriental and African Studies (SOAS), University of London (MMus, PhD).
The Lux String Quartet was formed in 2009 in London and has gained rapid critical acclaim. Featuring four talented graduates from music conservatoires in London, their sound is uniquely beautiful.
Katie and the Boys came to be as she was looking for a way to fuse her ability as a classical pianist with a modern day twist by using a band. She is keen on creating a show that is lively, accessible and altogether cheeky to reflect the more vibrant side of herself as a performer.