Salsa

Do you want to hire Salsa music for your reception, drink or business party? The music genre salsa originates from the United States and comes from the music styles son and jazz. The salsa is also related to other South American music, such as merengue music, bachata, bolero, chachacha and cumbia. It is a popular music style that is played everywhere in the world and is indeed very popular in Latin American countries. Salsa is the Spanish word for sauce and with this, salsa is also seen as a collective name for a type of music that all contain music styles with the same bass rhythm. There are many different opinions about the correct origin of the name 'salsa'. The word salsa was actually only used in the 1960s in New York. Since then, the international name for this kind of music is salsa.  Read more...

At Evenses you can choose from professional bands and musicians, who would like to perform salsa music for you.

 

Book Salsa musicians for your corporate party, cocktails party or wedding

 

If you are looking for salsa music for your reception or birthday, Evenses has a selection of bands and duos that can turn your party into a stunning evening. An evening where you have to dust off your dancing shoes and where everyone can show their best dance moves. You will receive only the best quality at Evenses. Would you like to learn salsa dance moves? You can book a salsa workshop with us; this will have you dancing salsa in no time!

 

Do you want to make sure that your corporate party or wedding party will be a fantastic dance party? Request a quote from us without obligation from us or come to the office for an introductory meeting. We are available seven days a week to answer your questions about hiring salsa musicians and help you in finding the precise salsa artist for your festivity.

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