What happens if one of the musicians is ill on the day?
By les • 13th September 2016 • Posted in:
Many of the pieces of music that we play (in particular the pop and rock tracks) are complex and full of intricate rhythms and detail. For this reason, playing them requires many skills, such as a strong sense of rhythm, a dynamic approach to performing and excellent note-reading capabilities. As a result, we have built up a strong team of highly skilled musicians to ensure we always have many players to call upon in each instrument in the very rare event of a last-minute replacement. All our players are fully prepared and rehearsed with our repertoire. If you have requested special pieces of music that have been arranged for your event, these will all be thoroughly rehearsed – usually on the morning of your event, with the same group of musicians who will be playing for you.
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