Tell me a little bit about your business!
At Steven Vance Electric Violin & DJ Music, we send everyone home happy with the finest professional musicians and DJs. After 20+ years and 10,000 events, our goal has always been to make every special event extraordinary!
What makes your work unique?
Music is my superpower. We make people dance and sing, laugh and cry, remember and forget. Your wedding is an important celebration and we would love to be part of it. From the advance planning to wedding performances, we make great effort to get it exactly the way you want it. Our goal is to put together an evening that reflects your tastes but fits your budget. With our hottest new PopRock Violin and the one-of-a-kind Violin & DJ Package we can go contemporary or stay traditional with string ensembles, a harp, or a strolling violin. Our DJs keep the focus where it should be – on you and your guests.
What is your ideal client like?
Our ideal couple has a respect and appreciation for how live music can accentuate their uniqueness, yet it still allows everyone to have a good time. We give our couples the chance to be as involved or uninvolved as they want to be in the planning. Our website provides the resources to start the planning process, but we are always available to answer questions. Then, we do a full talk-through before the wedding to make sure we have it exactly the way they want it.
How do you get to know your client’s taste in music?
We ask. Allowing our couples to make choices for the most important musical events of the day is the best way to get to know what they are going for.
How do you motivate guests to get on the dance floor and bust some moves?
We have our tricks and techniques but the bottom line is that we use a great variety of musical styles and incorporate the couples’ requests to keep the guests engaged and jumping on the dance floor until the last song plays!
How would you describe your emcee style?
Professional and classy without trying to be the center of attention. We get the guests’ attention, relay information or introduce an important moment, and then stay out of the way.