Dinner Music: The Start of a Great Corporate Event
If you want to host a successful Corporate Event in Elm Grove, Wisconsin, you will want to pay close attention to the type of music that you select for your event. Live, dinner music performed by highly-rated pianist Patrick Byrne is your best choice.
Cocktail Music breaks the Ice…
Loud bands or DJs are great for dancing. But what about the casual drinks in the bar or the reception before Dinner? These quiet moments are where the vital initial interactions or first impressions take place. As the host, you want to foster these important conversations in order to insure the success of your event.
Dinner music played by pianist Patrick Byrne instantly provides a focal point for your Corporate Event. Everyone loves live piano music and people are always happy to talk about it… even with complete strangers.
Once the dinner music “breaks the ice”, live music performed by pianist Patrick Byrne can continue to provide a sociable atmosphere for casual or serious conversations through the rest of the evening.
Dinner Music sets the Tone…
People — especially your quieter clients and guests — generally find it much easier to socialize when pianist Patrick Byrne performs stylish dinner music. Whether Pat is playing Jazz, Pop or even Classical music, the addition of live dinner music is a very classy way to help your clients feel welcome, relaxed and comfortable while they carry on an enjoyable conversation.
The smaller and more intimate the corporate event — such as a Dinner Party in your home or at a local hotel or restaurant — the more important it is to have pianist Patrick Byrne perform dinner music to set the tone for a successful evening.
Have Piano Will Travel…
If the venue for your corporate event lacks a piano, don’t worry, Patrick Byrne can bring his digital keyboard complete with a professional sound system.
To request a quote for pianist Patrick Byrne to perform at your Corporate Event in Elm Grove, Wisconsin, please call/text him at 262-893-1759, email him today or use the form at the bottom of this page.