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Choosing a band for your wedding live webcast Q&A Toni DiDonato Nathan Delack

How to Choose a Band for Your Wedding Q&A


Delack Media Group is excited to announce a full series of interactive educational webcasts focused on equipping wedding couples with the information they need to help plan their wedding. The first live webcast in our series, entitled “How to Choose a Band or Orchestra for Your Wedding”, featured Toni DiDonato, Music Director at Rendezvous Music. DiDonato talked about the various types of bands/orchestras that are available and gave viewers tips on how to find the perfect entertainment for their wedding. She also talked about the number of instruments you may need for your event and how to get the best performance from your band.

DiDonato studied at Northwestern University’s Bienen School of Music and has created a name for herself in the high-end special event music industry. Under her leadership, Rendezvous has formed two bands. Rendezvous is an eleven-piece contemporary band that performs for corporate, wedding, and other private events. Greenlight is an eight-piece dance band, known for its high-energy, interactive, dynamic performances.

This educational series of webcasts will be moderated by Delack Media Group’s lead Cinematographer, Nathan Delack, and will cover topics ranging from wedding planning, stationery, room design, and more! Click here to view the complete series of educational webcasts.

SEE ALSO: 10 Questions to ask yourself before hiring a wedding band

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Katherine + Kyle // University Club of Chicago


University Club of Chicago Wedding Video
Venue: University Club of Chicago
Planner: Hope Weis
Design: Heffernan Morgan Designs
Makeup: Fine Makeup Art
Ceremony Music: Cagen Music
DJ: Okyne Media Lab
Wedding Cinematography: Delack Media Group
Katherine and Kyle’s wedding recessional included a surprise with 16 instrumentalists from Cagen Music. Watch this video to see what happened:

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