One of the most difficult and most important decisions you’ll make for your Jewish wedding is selecting the music for your ceremony.
Harpist Laura Goldstein
The soloist or ensemble will serenade the guests while they wait for the processional to begin. And the musicians’ chords will signal the beginning of the ceremony. The musical selection will dictate your walking pace and as well as add to the moment. The music will be preserved on your wedding video. A lot to consider!
So we asked Laura Goldstein, harpist, to share her expert advice on selecting ceremony music and share some of her tips for the bride and groom. READ MORE ......→
DJs have extensive libraries of music & can play just about anything, but…
Music Trends for Weddings, Bar & Bat Mitzvahs & Parties
Your bar/bat mitzvah or wedding is about YOU, and the friends and family who are celebrating with you. The music should be a reflection of your taste and personality.
The Head DJ ofVision Entertainment Group, Colin aka ThatMoment, put together a few of the Top Party Dance Songs for 2012 you’ll definitely want at your party and some picks that will soon be popular at events. READ MORE ......→
LIFE The Place To Be, located in Westchester County, is a versatile event space – a prime example of how a venue can change its look and feel by creatively adapting its space and lighting.
LIFE was originally created and still functions as a special events venue (mitzvahs, weddings, parties, corporate events), but it has also evolved as ‘the place to be’ for small parties & family oriented fun & entertainment activities such as arcades, bowling alleys, rock climbing, and laser tag. READ MORE ......→