Chess Taylor has a stunning mezzo soprano voice. She has mastered the technique of a truly effortless and beautiful sound with pure and even tone throughout her 4 octave range. Chess is available for a variety of occasions so please don't hesitate to enquire about any booking requests you may have - anything from classical through to pop. She has her own PA sound system with quick and efficient set up and will wow any audience!
Choose Chess Taylor for a stunning classical performance for your elegant event. She will perform genre favourites such as 'O Mio Babbino Caro' and 'Time To Say Goodbye', and even delves into the world of musical theatre with Phantom of the Opera classics.
Chess also has a repertoire of over 300 popular songs through from the 50's to the current charts. She guarantees to provide a fun filled atmosphere to any event and will have guests on their feet dancing to all their favourite songs!
If its a surprise singing waiter you are looking for - Chess also has lots of experience in this field, have her pretend to be a waiter for your wedding or event and then burst into song for a half an hour set. Surprise your guests with a breathtaking classical number and then onto all time favourites to have them on their feet before they have finished their meal!
Chess Taylor has been singing professionally for 6 years. She has been lucky enough to sing on the high seas on cruise ships as a headline act whilst also touring UK hotels with a classical quartet. She will guarantee to make your event shine, leaving audiences enthralled and wanting more!
Services From Chess Taylor
Chess Taylor - Surprise Singing Waiter
Chess Taylor - A Breathtaking Classical Performance For Your Wedding Ceremony
Chess Taylor Sensational Soloist - Party Set For Your Event
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