To quote the classic holiday icon, Buddy the Elf, “The best way to spread Christmas Cheer is singing loud for all to hear.”  And when it comes to singing loud for all to hear, our musicians are the best cheer spreaders around.  Because of the gloomy winter weather, music has a special importance to the winter holidays.  The right soundtrack can be the difference between a good holiday party and a great holiday party… But for those times when you need to take the ordinary to extraordinary nothing less than live musicians will do.

dickens1The Merry Winds  A graceful woodwind quintet performing classical holiday selections

The Victorian Carolers  Classic “a capella” quartet of male & female carolers dressed in Victorian Garb

All For Fun Dazzling quartet of male & female vocalists accompanied by piano or “a capella.”

La Dolce Vita Quintet  Exquisite classical ensemble of 2 harps, flute, oboe & cello

Christmas Calypso Players  Tropical trio of steel drums, percussion & guitar

Her Majesty’s Trio  A festive renaissance trio of flute, guitar & trombone

Children’s Holiday Sing Along  Children participate by singing & marching with a singing troubadour & 2 1/2 ft. elf marionette

Santa Brass Band  A classic brass quintet in “Santa” costumes

Swing Street Holiday Rascals  A dynamic Dixieland Quartet that swings

The Victorian Players  An elegant trio of flute, harp (or violin) & cello

The Spirit of Jazz Orchestra A swinging quintet of piano, bass, drums, saxophone, and trumpet.

Barbershop Holiday – A charming and traditional male “a capella” quartet

Toy Soldier on Parade  A wonderful trio of singing toy soldiers

Victorian Carolers  feature songs of the season (19th century carols to contemporary favorites)

The Y2K Carolers  Unapologetic and unsentimental.  Christmas Carols with an “in your face” punk look and attitude

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