Wedding Entertainment London
Honing his vocal skills from a young age has enabled Peter to lend his voice to a wide variety of clients and events, providing incredibly sophisticated and refined sets of of musical excellence.
With Jazz being his first love, he would dream of singing with a pianist from an early age, serenading the audience with a rich mixture of the classic “Old Standards”.
It’s this nod to the timeless classics and warm charisma and charm, which has brought him to the attention of many in the entertainment industry as well as prestigious venues such as the Ritz Club in London, as well as Multinational organisations such as Marks & Spencer who have recognised the raw talent he displays when performing.
Bookings can be made for public events, corporate hospitality functions, commercial product launches, charity fund raising events and Wedding or Civil Partnership Ceremonies in Country Houses or Places of Worship where the performance will strike a measured balance between warm rhythms and musical tempos.
Great performance interaction during the set ensures that guests seem to always place the words ” Amazing ” or ” Brilliant ” when detailing one of his performances.
If you search on the internet, you will find many Wedding Singers proclaiming they are great, when in reality some of these individuals do the art, event guests and sadly the patrons booking them, a great disservice when performing, which is why you should never settle for booking second best entertainment on personal celebrations or even the happiest day in a Bride and Groom’s personal calendar of life, so all I ask is that you click on the ♫ LISTEN ♫ button in the menu above and listen to why I can proudly say, “I provide some of the best Jazz / Swing Wedding Entertainment in the industry!“
“Everybody knows that a picture say’s 1000 words, so picture a great singer performing at your special event in London, hitting 1000 notes and creating a picture perfect atmosphere, you and your party guest’s will remember and cherish for a long time to come”