THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS – Music Entertainment
- Catching musical show
- Extensive and diversified repertoire
- Humorous, lively and all-round
- Perfect arrangements with great close harmony vocals
- Street- or stageperformance
That is a the unique Dutch Music and Entertainment kwartet THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. The first thing you will notice while seeing their performance is their enthousiasm and the dedication with wich they play. The band stands out to other musical acts by their striking arrangements and their impressive four-voice singing. Not only will you be stunned by their impeccable, surprising and catching musical achievement, you will also be well entertained by their whitty and funny moves and jokes.
Music Entertainment group THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS presents a pure and catching show while, if necessary, replacing through the audience. The four musicians of THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS have a wide experience of performing in their own country as well as abroad. Playing an extensive repertoire by both Dutch and foreign artists such as The Beatles, Bob Marley, Queen, The Beach Boys, Frank Sinatra, Elvis Presley, Tavares, Mickael Jackson, Wim Sonneveld and Doe Maar. On the “repertoire” page you can see a list of songs. Recognizable and swinging melodies of English evergreens, Dutch, English and even some Italian sing alongs and golden oldies for various occasions and all seasons.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS, Jazz at the Castle
It’s hard to exactly define the style of music of THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS. It’s Music Entertainment. It’s Rhythmic, swinging, but is it pop, rock, folk or reggae? When the saxophone plays one of her solo’s it suddenly changes to smooth jazz! And then you hear the four-voice singing, and it’s pure barbershop, close harmony! The four members of THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS (Naomi Adriaansz, Peter Dupont, Jeroen Koning and Fons Toonen) are always impaccably well dressed and ready yo perform in their own unique fanatical way.
With extremely small wireles headset microphones and a professional amplifier systhem the band looks like they are playing accousticly, but they are perfectly audible.