You have a clear idea about the kind of party or event you want to organize, but what about the music? How many musicians should you use, and in what configuration? This is where we come in. We have three different formulas to meet your needs for any event: A capella, with guitar accompaniment or with piano accompaniment.
Voxelle a capella
Three pure voices
Three female vocalists for your ceremony, presentation or intermezzo, or going along tables or small groups of people.
Maximum 3x30 minutes, ceremony, presentation and concert in agreement. Typical civil wedding ceremony: 2 or 3 songs, typical church ceremony: 3 – 6 songs.
Voxelle with guitar
Three pure voices with guitar
Three female vocalists accompanied by an acoustic guitarist for your ceremony, presentation or intermezzo, or going along tables or small groups of people. Also provides background music, in which case we use amplification.
Would all of your guests like to hear us? We can go around with wireless microphones while the guitarist stays on stage or walks along (wireless).
Maximum 3x45 minutes which can be combined with a capella sets of 30 min. Maximum 3 sets in total.
Voxelle with piano (accompanying themselves)
Three pure voices with piano
Three vocalists accompany themselves and each other on a (digital) piano as background music or in a concert. Amplification may be needed.
Do you have a large group of guests and would you like everyone to hear us? One or two vocalists can go around the crowd with wireless microphones while third pianist/vocalist stays on stage.
Maximum 3x45 minutes, can be combined with a capella sets of 30 minutes without amplification, maximum 3 sets in total.