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Q. Does Vocal Fluidity perform for other ceremonies besides weddings and funerals?

A. Yes. Julie would love to add special music to the following: baptism, renewal of vows, business launch, house blessing, significant birthday, and the list goes on.

Q. Can you help me select the music for my event?

A. Yes, Julie is very familiar with a wide range of musical styles and will work with you to select appropriate songs.

Q. Will Julie work with my church accompanist?

A. Yes. Julie has worked with numerous organists, pianists, and other musicians in the past. She’ll set up rehearsal time with your accompanist beforehand in order to make the music for your event the best it can be.

How much does it cost to book Vocal Fluidity?

A. This all depends on the type of event, number of songs Julie performs, whether or not there’s travel involved, etc. Please contact Vocal Fluidity for a quote and any specific questions you may have about your event.

Q. How do I book you for my event?

A. Julie requires a deposit and a simple signed agreement that describes the event details in order to reserve your date.

Q. Who provides the instrument and sound system?

A. Vocal fluidity can provide an electronic keyboard and a sound system for small to medium venues. Julie can also work with the sound system and piano available at most churches. 
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