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Suitable for:Party, Dinner, Event

This duo will provide beautiful Christmas music live for your dinner and Christmas party.

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Are you looking for a Christmas theme at your party? Check out the possibilities.

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! Book Christmas acts for your party, corporate event, or any event during the holiday. Christmas is known for it's cosy atmosphere in the month of December. If you are Christmas fiend, you can let Evenses help you go the extra mile. This can be done by booking a Christmas choir, duo, or even performers for your party. Read more...


The Christmas choirs of Evenses often have a jazzy Christmas repertoire, but you can be rest assured that the old classics will be dusted off as well. You cannot do without classics like "Let it Snow" and "Last Christmas" at your Christmas dinner, party, or event! Create a lasting memory for your children by inviting a Santa to your family celebration at your company or party.


Book Christmas acts for your party, corporate event, or any kind of event.


You only celebrate Christmas once a year, so make sure you have arranged a photographer to capture this beautiful moment. You can go the extra mile and surprise your guests with a Photo Mirror or a Photobooth. These are two options that Evenses offers that allow your guests to be interactive with by taking pictures. At Evenses you pay an all-in price so that if you hire a jazzy Christmas duo, then you do not have to worry about extra costs for travel, equipment, and any miscellaneous items.


If something is not clear or you have any questions please feel free to contact one of our employees, as we’d love to help you find the appropriate Christmas act for your event.


A piece of history about Christmas


Christmas is originally the celebration of the birth of Christ. Contrary to what many people think, the feast and celebration does not occur in the Bible. In fact, the first Christians, who lived in the first three centuries after Christ, did not even know of such a celebration. On the other hand Easter, the memory of the resurrection of Jesus, has been celebrated since the first years of our era.


It wasn't until the third century that Christmas as we know it begin to take shape. There is some disagreement among historians as to whether the first celebration took place in 336 or 354 AD, but it is agreed that this happened in Rome on December 25. The explanations for this date vary from the assumption that the world was created on March 21, the sun on the fourth day, and that Christ came into being as the Sun of Justice nine months later, to the explanation that Christmas is the result of a Christianization of a Roman holiday on that date in honor of the sun god Saturn.


From the Middle Ages, Christmas in Europe became mixed with all kinds of pagan customs, including the display of the Bethlehem stable and the laying of a wooden figure of the baby Jesus in a manger. The Christmas tree was also introduced around the nineteenth century. This mixture caused tensions within certain societies and Christian movements, certainly during the Protestant Reformation in Europe in the sixteenth century.


One of the places where Christmas was met with a lot of resistance was in the Protestant Netherlands. In 1574, the Protestant church even wanted to completely abolish the entire celebration, but that proved easier said than done. The ruling government did not agree with the church's reasoning that Christmas was primarily a pagan festival of superstition. In places where Christmas was forbidden, people saw large numbers of people seeking other non-Christian entertainment or even starting to feel attracted to the Roman Catholic faith.


This made the Protestant church a little more tolerant towards the Christmas celebration, but resistance remained within the church. By the beginning of the eighteenth century, the Christmas celebration had become more or less common, with two days and a total of five church services. Eventually the proponents of the Christmas party prevailed, both within the church and in society, especially because maintaining the Christmas tradition was seen as a good practice. From the twentieth century onwards, the party also began to acquire an increasingly commercial image, with the mischievous Santa on the enormous Coca Cola trucks as one of the most striking illustrations of it. Around the world, Christmas is primarily an opportunity to be with family and friends, to eat and drink, and to go on holiday, although it still has a proud Christian belief in various places.

What Evenses can do for you


If you are thinking about booking an act for Christmas during the holidays, then we also recommend that you contact a party with experience in this area. At Evenses Entertainment, we have worked with a wide range of professional acts that either take on the theme of Christmas firsthand or can esaily adapt to suit a holiday theme. In addition, we can also put you in touch with professional artists who can make a real spectacle in combination with other acts you might desire.

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