Michael Tudor and his band are true entertainers. They impress their audience not only musically, but also through an unforgettable show program with matching costumes, dance and lighting effects offering a unique experience.
In a small line-up, as a party band or as a large group with show-acts – Michael Tudor will elate your audience at any kind of event: galas, balls, company anniversaries, exhibition-events, conferences, TV-Shows and many more.
The artists work according to the client's wishes both in regards to sound level and the action during the event.
We are open for your ideas and expectations and will jointly arrange a concept that will stay in your guest's memory for its uniqueness.
As an example we want to outline a program that equally fits with any age-groups and your audience's preferences – ‚An invitation to a journey around the globe'. During the admission of the guests, the band will play background-music in unobtrusive costumes (e.g. ‚Ipanema', ‚Autumn Leaves' or ‚Fly me to the moon'), before beginning the musical journey in Venice with a ‚Tribute to Rondo Veneziano'. The musicians, dressed in rococo-costumes, guide through a fascinating program.
This is followed by the presentation of the singers on stage while playing German-international songs in corresponding accessories.
The trip around the globe begins in Europe and takes the audience through Italy (with songs from Eros Ramazotti, Toto Cotugno or Adriano Celentano), Austria (DJ Ötzi songs with the involvement of the guests), England (Michael Tudor sings Tom Jones songs in a typical black and white sequined jacket surrounded by dancing artists), France (music in the style of Gilbert Becaud) and Spain (dressed in red and black bolero the band performs music by the Gipsy Kings).
From there the audience will be taken across the Ocean to America: New York – New York in the style of Liza Minelli and ‚Simply the Best' from Tina Turner – meant as a compliment towards the guests attending the show.
After yet another excursion to Brazil with female singers and dancers in South American outfits and small percussion instruments, the evening ends with the song ‚Dankeschön (Thank you)', while Michael Tudor and his artists hand out roses to the audience.