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When looking for a DJ, word of mouth can be an excellent tool. However, if you don’t know anyone who has used hosting events professionals who play music then you might wonder what to look for. A DJ for hosting events will usually have some sort of web portal set up so that you can see digital images of their past events, as well as listen to some of the types of music that are offered. Most professional disc jockey service have a vast repertoire of music available to suit young and older audiences as well as the event, like a wedding, where multiple age ranges, tastes and musical styles may be represented.
Choosing a deejay for music only isn’t a wise decision though. You will want to select a professional who comes off professionally. They need to have modern equipment, a good work ethic, and dress suitably for the occasion. You also need a DJ for hosting events who has a great personality and is good with people. It’s a good idea to meet with the disc jockey in person and if possible view the person performing at an event or at minimum check references.
Dates: 4/1/2013 - 12/1/2013
Location: House of Music - Oakland
3000 MacArthur Blvd
Welcome to the ...House of Music - Oakland Membership Drive Page
Oaklands new private club with a focus on the music history of R&B(lues), Jazz and Funk of the 70's Era!!
With your Membership, you will help your community and become a philanthropist by automatically being enrolled in our “Adopt an Instrument” Program. 5% of every dollar you spend at House of Music – Oakland, will go towards your "Adopt a Instrument" of choice, after the intrument is paid in full it will be donated to an In-Need Youth, Music Program or Non - Profit Organization with a mission of Youth and Music located right here at home in the Bay Area!!
- If you are visiting this page you have already downloaded our Membership application from the Website, if you have not an application is required for Membership.
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Membership Process ... Easy as 123!!
1. Please pay your $65.00 Annual Membership Dues here at EventBrite or Mail us a Money Order
2. Write the order number on your Membership Application (online orders only)
3. Fax: (510) 969-7582 or Mail: Attn. Memberships 3000 MacArthur Blvd, Oakland, CA 94602
Pleas allow 7-10 business days to receive your Plastic Membership card, you will be given a temporary ID card for club entry during this process time. Your special Membership No. will consist of a House of Music assigned number plus your Identification No.
With Membership, you and one guest are entitled to Private Club admission.
ALL Members will receive the following:
Choice of a House of Music – Oakland (Logo) Mug or T- Shirt
No waiting in line for special events
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Dates: 5/17/2013 - 5/19/2013
Location: Mystic Theatre
21 Petaluma Boulevard North
Fri May 17 2013
McNear's Mystic Theatre, Petaluma, CA, US
Dates: 5/18/2013 - 5/20/2013
Location: Freight & Salvage
2020 Addison St
Sat May 18 2013
Freight & Salvage Coffee House, Berkeley, CA, US
Composer Workshop Series with Maye Cavallaro -The Music of Harold Arlen
Dates: 5/19/2013 - 6/2/2013
Location: Berkeley Jazzschool
2087 Addison Street
Over the Rainbow: The Music of Harold Arlen Harold Arlen is known for his bluesy and harmonically sophisticated tunes. He paired with the best lyricists of his day including Ted Koehler (with whom he wrote “Let’s Fall in Love,” and “Stormy Weather,”) and with E.Y. “Yip” Harburg (with whom he wrote the music for The Wizard of Oz.) In this workshop, singers explore the music of Arlen including well-known tunes and some not so wellknown. Students also listen to how jazz greats have interpreted these songs to get ideas for their own arrangements. May 19, 26 and June 2, 2013 Noon – 3 pm $220 advance purchase/$235 day of the workshop (for each 3-part workshop) Instructor provides 10 charts and practice tracks for each workshop series. Class time is spent learning the songs and developing new arrangements. In the 3rd meeting of each series, students work with an accompanist. Maximum enrollment: 8
Afiara String Quartet & Cecilia String Quartet
Dates: 5/19/2013 - 5/19/2013
Location: Stanford University
Location: Bing Concert Hall
Contact: 650-725-ARTS (2787)
The Afiara and Cecilia String Quartets, first introduced to campus through Stanford’s own St. Lawrence String Quartet, collaborate on a unique program of works for quintet and octet. Both Canadian ensembles have risen to international recognition in recent years, winning notable competitions—Cecilia won the Banff International String Quartet Competition in 2010, and Afiara won the Concert Artists Guild International Competition in 2008—and have earned critical acclaim for their refreshing interpretations of classic repertoire. Here, two “viola quintets” by Mozart and Brahms are counterbalanced by Mendelssohn’s substantial octet, composed when he was just 16.
Mozart: String Quintet No.1 in Bb Major, K174 (1773); Brahms: String Quintet No.2 in G Major, Op.111 (1890); Mendelssohn: String Octet in Eb Major, Op.20 (1825)
Sponsor: Stanford Live
Audience: General Public