Roving Violin Yes. A Floating Harp? Yes Again! I love playing the electric violin while strolling around tables and guests. Now I can do something similar with the harp. That’s right, a floating harp. Let me tell you how it works.
You enter the hotel lobby on your way to the yearly office Christmas party. Everyone’s in a great mood and it’s going to be a delightful night. After all this is the Ritz Carlton in Toronto. Swanky, sophisticated, and in a minute surprising. You enter into the area just outside the ballroom looking for the nearest bartender when suddenly you see her. The harpist. She’s playing a gorgeous all white harp and it’s…It’s floating? You’ve never seen anything like this before. Cirque de Soliel maybe, a magic show? This is great! Unique and just a little bit clever. You must grab her business card before you go because your sister is getting married this summer and you’ve got an excellent idea!
It’s always fun to create something a little different. To make clients and guests physically stop and whisper “wow!” or “cool!” This is the latest idea that continues to combine an extra step of elegance and grace. For those thinking about their corporate event this autumn and winter season this could be the perfect solution for your reception cocktails area. The Floating Harp!
For you brides to be you may also want to check out the most requested wedding song of 2014. Played here on the electric harp, electric violin, and acoustic violin:
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