We love acapella performances, and we are sure you do too. Our resident male choral group, Ninga Melodies have been a testimony to how riveting acapella tunes can be, but they also agree that audience participation is invaluable. Here are tried and tested ways to get your groove on at an event heralded by a choral group, and it goes without saying that moderation is key:
The songs are familiar, sing along
Most local acapella groups churn out garnished versions of local compositions. A memory always rings true with every rhyme, especially if it happens to be a popular local hit.
The whole idea of singing local hits is to bring you as a guest into the fold, get you singing along. The psychological side of it is that crooning along, or at least attempting to, gets the singers all psyched up. More adrenaline equals more energy, which in turn translates to a stellar performance.
The Moves are choreographed, dance along
Choral groups spend inordinate amount of time mulling over what moves will work for a specific event. The steps tend to be simple and easy to follow, unless if you suffer from a severe case of being the proud owner of two left feet, huh!
If you can tap your feet in resonance with the music, then you can sway and gyrate to the same. So take a leap of faith and dance along, you will be glad you did.
Your Facial expression can work magic
If you are feeling the music, don’t be afraid to show it. Let your gentle or exaggerated moves be accompanied by an equally expressive face. Nothing cheers on a fired up crew of singers than a smiling face showing all shades of excitement.
Don’t mess up the routine
There is nothing illegal about having pints at a wedding. Your limbs will feel free and ready to move on impulse, but they could slide in all manner of directions. Drunken dancing is never pretty, and could easily mess up an otherwise well planned dance routine. Handle your alcohol, its never good to be remembered as they guy who ruined wedding dances for everyone.