Acapella male choralle groups such as Ninga Melodies manually pick out the collection of songs they believe would resonate with the audience they intend to entertain. The kind of events graced by this group are as varied as the number of songs they can potentially sing. Putting together a playlist is a process that involves elaborate back and forth exchanges between the organizers and the group. However, there are certain universal factors that must come into play.
Type of audience
Weddings, corporate events, birthdays and anniversaries all attract individuals drawn from divergent walks of life. A club banger that would typically get a crowd buzzing at birthday party might send all sorts of inappropriate signals at a corporate events laden with septuagenerians.
Its always easy when the client picks the playlist, but this might be tricky for an acapella group: butt his should happen early enough to allow for adequate practice and choreography. Corporate events managers should liase with the group to make the process easy.
You will be surprised that even a performance at an event attended by young hip individuals can still be hard to pull off. The dynamism of the music industry can easily throw a performing group off balance.
Acapella groups have the tendency of keeping one member on the music watch; keeping track of the very latest hits on the market. It makes it quite easy to entertain an audience that is mindful of the latest musical hits.
What really rocks?
Classics are timeless, and so are those oldies that resonate with all age groups. Every group of revelers appreciates diversity, this explains those huge boxes of CDs DJs toss around. There is no sin in having a hip hop hit rent the airwaves at a formal event for a few minutes; just to raise the temperature a notch higher. On the other hand, it will still do no harm to a non-formal crowd if a few oldies bring back the magic of yester years.
An acapella group always prepares for the special moments during an event. The first kiss, the first couple dance, the first parent/couple dance and cake cutting at a wedding are some of the moments that will call for unique musical numbers. Once again the group will need the couples’ approval for these songs.