We perform in a lot of venues, work with the industry’s best professionals- from designers & florists, to event planners, photographers, caterers, and more. Our clients want to know where we’ve been performing and who we like to work with, so they can assemble their own A-Team of “Special Professionals.” We are always eager to share the best moments from our recent events. With that in mind, I am starting a new series called “STARLIGHT’S PICKS,” where we will post our favs of the industry professionals we have recently worked with.
Here is our first entry encompassing January-March 2011 (This post written by valerie Romanoff)
Fav Venues we have performed in– Metropolitan Club in NYC, Capitale in NYC, & Cowboys Stadium in Dallas.
Top Photographers/Videographers we have worked with– Anthony Vazquez, Brett Matthews, Blossom Productions, Joseph Edwards Wedding Filmmakers
Fav Musical Selections we have played for wedding ceremonies– “The Swan”, “Helplessly Hoping”, & “Love Theme” (from Cinema Paradiso.) performed by the Starlight String Ensemble
Fav Choices for First Dances– My favorite by far this year was “As” (by Stevie Wonder). Runners up were “As Time Goes By” and “Come Fly with Me” (Micheal Buble’s version.)
Coolest Events– Celebration of Asia Week Gala, Laura Malick and Adam Bren’s Wedding, & The Superbowl “Owner’s Party”!
Amazing Designers- Ed Libby transformed a Wall Street area building into a dazzling party space, and Melissa Paul and Brian Kapra of Evantine Designs beautified the ballroom at the Westin Hotel Philadelphia,
Most Interesting Requests– “Smooth Criminal” for wedding processional (??), an original song for a bride and groom who were personal friends (called “Laura and Adam: Traveling down The Road”), and a “Do-Not-Play” list which was almost the size of my repertoire!
and my own pic, my Top 3 Industry Conversations were with:
Sean Low-who gave me a ton of great ideas that I am just starting to understand,
Amy Zaroff– who booked Starlight to for two events out in her part of the country! Can’t wait to see you in Minneapolis!
and Simon T. Bailey who not only gave me great advice, but posted an article of mine on his blog! Hugs and thanks!