Last updated on January 14th, 2020 at 05:42 am
New York’s diversity, cosmopolitan vibe, and cutting-edge environment attract some of the most talented individuals in the world.
While this fact is great news for event planners, it also has a downside: when organizing a New York event, they need to bring their A-game. Every single time.
The stakes are high, but if you channel your efforts towards getting the best entertainment acts, you might just come on top. To help you in this process, we handpicked five of the finest artists to grace a New York event stage.
“But how does he do that?” could your guests be wondering while witnessing Steven Brundage’s Rubik’s cube act.
America’s Got Talent season 12 finalist presents a kind of performance that keeps people on the edge of their seats, even though it does not imply any spectacular props, outrageous costumes or arresting visuals.
It is just an extraordinarily gifted individual doing what he is best at: a close-up performance defying the laws of coordination and speed.
Oz is the kind of mentalist who’s worked with the likes of politicians, professional athletes, Fortune 500 companies or top-tier celebrities.
Why do these people keep coming to his shows? Firstly, because he was among the first mentalists who revolutionized the notion of ‘magic shows.’ Secondly, because of a bunch of reasons like:
- flawless execution
- elevated performance quality
- constant innovation
- complexity and widespread appeal
- great attention to interactivity.
If you are planning a high-class fundraiser or awards ceremony, you pretty much can’t do better than having Oz Pearlman there.
Corporate audiences at a New York Event are probably not the easiest ones to please.
You have to present them a special entertainment act, something they are unlikely to have seen before. In this respect, Robert Channing is a performer who can take you out of trouble.
His concept is sure to pop out and deliver any message using a few ingredients: glitter, board, mad drawing skills wrapped up in a mind-blowing speed painting performance.
This way, you can organize the best:
- product launches
- awards ceremonies
- appreciation events
- company milestones.
The best part of Robert’s act? It can be customizable, so you can be sure your entertainment is as unique as it gets.
Ever seen pop opera sensations like Il Divo and wished they would be available for your New York event?
Now, you do not have to wish anymore because there’s something like that in your proximity and they are called Figaro.
If you want to bring the house down with one of the classiest music acts out there, Figaro should be on your performer’s shortlist.
What recommends them for high-class venues and occasions?
- varied background in performing arts like music theater
- their success in opera
- vast experience in the concert circuit
- skilled in reworking classical oeuvres and making them appealing to all audiences.
If often happens that, when you have a large event (like, say, a trade show), you find yourself racking your brains trying to figure out what kind of entertainment could make an impact.
With Catapult Entertainment, the impact will not be a problem.
They’re ‘go big or go home’ kind of act is based on unbelievable visual shapes and movement created by the members’ bodies.
The transporting atmosphere conveyed through daring acrobatic tricks has not passed unnoticed. As a result, Catapult Entertainment can pride themselves on having enthralled audiences at:
- trade shows
- America’s Got Talent
- corporate meetings
- awards ceremonies
- private events
- corporate clips.
New York Event? No Problem, We Have Got You Covered
At Grable Group, there’s no shortage of amazing New York-based artists like the ones presented above.
You just have to:
- Plan your event thoroughly.
- Call us well in advance at (615) 283-0039 to book the talent of your choice.
- Let us in charge of delivering an ideal entertainment moment at your event.
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