Let The Music Play–David Fletcher Is NY & Washington’s Best Musicians

Music is one of the quintessential things about the wedding to get the crowd moving and stir up emotions. David Fletcher founder of New York’s Best Musicians and Washington’s Best Musicians and Photo & Video speaks on his longstanding career in the events industry and the wonderful way he has served many of his clients over the years.

If you feel music is not important for your upcoming soiree–ask your guests? The music relaxes people, and sets the mood, and engages them. It is an icebreaker for the most stuffiest rooms. But hiring the right professionals requires more than randomly hiring your best friend’s nephew or niece’s high school band, no shade.

I am sure you can put on your playlist or click on your Pandora favorites, that worked well when we were limited with the number of people we were permitted to invite to our wedding during the lockdown. But what will that do now for your crowd when there is no clear music direction for the event. Hiring a professional will make the experience even more special and make it even that more memorable.

Our interview with David Fletcher a professional musician who has dedicate his life and work to music shares with us how he hires some of the best in the industry to play at one of the most important day of a couple’s life–their wedding day.

He has successfully been booking key events in Washington DC and has now built his library of musicians in New York City that makes him one of the most sought-after companies in the industry.

We had the honor of working with David Fletcher and two of his musicians at the prestigious Intercontinental Barclay Hotel this past summer and it was spectacular. So he comes highly recommended as far as we are concerned.

So feel free to book your consultation and let the music play. Tell him World Bride Magazine sent you.

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