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Big Bands and Orchestras

Big Bands and Orchestras can be as small as 8 pieces and as large as 28, but will usually play behind music stands and play arrangements of the great Big Band leaders like Duke Ellington, Glenn Miller and Tommy Dorsey, plus a variety of more current material.

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    David Caceres Orchestra

    Originally from San Antonio, saxophonist and vocalist David Caceres took Houston by storm and quickly became its most sought-after musician. Not surprising given his musical heritage – his grandfather led a popul…

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    Jordan Kahn Orchestra 

    Jordan Kahn and Company have entertained thousands with their high-energy approach and style…

     

  • Michael Carney Orchestra

    New York society band leader/pianist/ vocalist Michael Carney describes his music as “dancing jazz”. He has assembled a repertory over the last 40 years which includes Broadway show tunes, bossa …

  • Peter Duchin Orchestra

    For over forty years, Peter Duchin has been America’s preeminent dance band leader. He and his orchestra have provided the music for many of the nation’s most notable public and private events…

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    Richard Brown’s Swing Orchestra

    Richard Brown’s Swing Orchestra, in any of its formats (full 27-piece orchestra, 17-piece dance band, and 8 piece combo), is a classy ensemble committed to providing the best dance music for…

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    WCM Contemporary Rainbow Room Dance Orchestra

    This 23 unique dance orchestra, which features a 12 piece string section and 6 horns, can be used to accompany a wide variety of eras and genres of music from the most elegant music of the 30s, 40s and 50s and Frank Sinatra Michael Buble to classic Motown and Disco to contemporary mellow and high energy dance songs from Adele and Cold Play to Bruno Mars.