Encore Occasions Evening Music

If your event involves a sit-down meal, then Encore Occasions can provide the perfect entertainment throughout

Evening  Music


If your event involves a sit-down meal, then Encore Occasions can provide the perfect entertainment throughout. Since our establishment, we have organised simple solutions from solo pianist or harpist to acts that will set the atmosphere alight, including Singing Waiters and dancing Flashmobs. We’ve worked our magic on weddings, private parties, golfing events, conferences, corporate parties, charity fundraising events, tourist evenings, venue openings and Christmas celebrations with audiences ranging from 30 to 600 people. We take pride in tailoring our entertainment to your event and will endevour to include specific repertoire, as requested. We also work with a number of large event-planning companies to arrange any additional requirements, such as drapage, lighting, sound, décor and of course costuming and specific entertainment requests.   We’ve even had a bespoke grand piano made for a client that was covered in 30,000 crystals!

Regular Options


Singing Waiters
Solo Harpist or Pianist
Classical String Quartet
Cello Quartet
High Impact Electric Violin
Bespoke Mini-Concerts
e.g. Broadway, Opera
Encore’s Planted Guests Performance
Céilí Nights / Irish Nights

Bespoke Options:


Saxophone player with DJ
Body Painted Drummers
Snake Charmer / Dancers
Aerial Artists
Fire Breathers

Price List

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How to Book

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“…The music in the church was simply STUNNING… The service was second to none and performances streets ahead of anything we’d ever heard…”

Aoife & Jim

“Encore Occasions comes highly recommended for wedding music, so I had no doubt about our Ceremony and how beautiful it would be. But I must admit I was extremely nervous when we started discussing ‘planting’ performers as guests at our wedding dinner. I honestly wasn’t sure it would work. But WOW! The amount of work, research and acting required to pull off a stunt like that and leave guests in pure awe is mind-boggling. And that’s before we’ve even discussed their talent and amazing voices! Throughout the performance it kept getting better and better as each new person jumped up to join in, leaving guests in shock and laughter. It culminated in the entire room on their feet, cheering, laughing and dancing along to the shenanigans. We would wholeheartedly recommend Encore Occasions come to your weding and pretend to be your guests!…”

Laura & Jason

“ We worked with Encore Occasions Singing Waiters at The Light Ball in aid of Pieta House in November 2014 at the Burlington Hotel. They were a fantastic addition to the night, creating a wonderful atmosphere and became a real talking point both at the event and afterwards amont the 600 guests. The team were most professional and creative in the lead up to the ball and always available to talk through different ideas. We can’t thank them enough for their contribution.”

Eve – Event Co-ordinator (November 2014)

“I heard about Encore Occasions when I phoned another company who weren’t available for my Dad’s 80th Birthday. I can safely say I am so very glad they weren’t! I got so much more than I bargained for with Encore Occasions. For Dad’s 80th, they performed Singing Waiters followed by a 1hour concert with dancers and musicians. It blew us away and I just knew I HAD to have them when Mum turned 80 this year. They totally outdid themselves! We had a Flashmob during dinner with 16 performers placed throughout the room as guests and staff. Mum thought that was the end, but behind a curtain was an entire stage, complete with lights, candles, musicians and what unfolded was the most amazing array of song, music and dance that kept us entertained into the wee hours. We had a fully staged, professional show, just for our family and it was simply unbelievable. Naoise is an amazing wonder-woman! Her talent is unreal and her attention during the planning process was a God-send. Is there anything she can’t do?…”

Laura Wheeler