Rosie Amrit

Glasgow
From: £150
Verified bookings:  5
Reviews: 2
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Price from: £150
Rough Pricing Guide: Please get in touch for an exact quote! Act is based in Glasgow £185 Local = within 25 miles of G3 postcode £250 Zone 1 = Between 25 and 100 miles of G3 Postcode £300+ Zone 3 = 100+ miles outside G3 £500+ Abroad

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Rosie is a piano vocal entertainer, born and bred in Scotland, her passion for music has taken her around the globe. From Finland to Nigeria, she has performed to a wide variety of audien...

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John Healy

13 Apr 2018

We had a fantastic night, thanks to the great performance of Rosie, she had no problem getting my guests up to dance.

She also went out her way to learn and play one of my favourite un-known Songs (Clifford t. Ward - Still not free).

I would definitely book Rosie again, without any hesitation.

My only regret was we didn’t boo...

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Jonathan Doherty

31 May 2018

Was a pleasure to have Rosie play with us, very skilled artist and also lovely person.

Look forward to having back to play.

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FAQ
The venue has a sound limiter, how will this affect the music?
For small line ups (solo, dup and trio) a limiter should not be a problem at all. Sound limiters, and their popularity amongst venues that allow live music, are a real annoyance to both musicians and clients. A sound limiter will cut the power out once it is triggered over a certain threshold. The problem is that the limiter responds to the bass frequencies (the frequencies we all like to dance to!). It is recommended to avoid venues with a sound limiter and particularly if you are booking a full five piece band with bass and drums. You may find the band having to play a much lower volume than desired for both your guests and for them!
What are the line up options?
Rosie can play as a solo piano vocalist. As a duo with guitar or as a trio with a guitar and one lead instrument (i.e. a violin or sax) or drums/percussion.
How far does Rosie travel?
Having played gigs in Nigeria, Finland, France Holland and Germany Rosie is open to all any any travel involved. Please note, for any substantial travel it is usual to travel the day before the performance. This will most likely involve providing accommodation, food and an extra travel fee.
The venue has a sound limiter, how will this affect the music?
For small line ups (solo, dup and trio) a limiter should not be a problem at all. Sound limiters, and their popularity amongst venues that allow live music, are a real annoyance to both musicians and clients. A sound limiter will cut the power out once it is triggered over a certain threshold. The problem is that the limiter responds to the bass frequencies (the frequencies we all like to dance to!). It is recommended to avoid venues with a sound limiter and particularly if you are booking a full five piece band with bass and drums. You may find the band having to play a much lower volume than desired for both your guests and for them!
What are the line up options?
Rosie can play as a solo piano vocalist. As a duo with guitar or as a trio with a guitar and one lead instrument (i.e. a violin or sax) or drums/percussion.
How far does Rosie travel?
Having played gigs in Nigeria, Finland, France Holland and Germany Rosie is open to all any any travel involved. Please note, for any substantial travel it is usual to travel the day before the performance. This will most likely involve providing accommodation, food and an extra travel fee.
How many breaks do you take? How long are they?
Rosie will take at least one 15 minute break for 45 minutes of performance. For example, if Rosie is booked to play from 4pm - 7pm set times will be as follows Set one: 4pm - 4.45pm Set two: 5pm - 5.45 pm Set three: 6.15pm - 7pm Background music can be played in the break to keep the atmosphere of the event continuous and uplifting.
My favourite tune is not on your list. Will you be able to play it?
Of course. Rosie is always open to learning new material and accepts requests for upcoming gigs. Please get in touch with your requests and any other questions you may have.
How much space do you require?
As a solo performer Rosie only requires a small amount of space. 3m x 4m is ideal however with the smaller line ups (solo, duo and trio) no need to worry about space as never has there been a case where we cannot fit the equipment and musicians in!
Do you have Public Liability Insurance and PAT tested equipment?
All equipment is PAT tested and insured and Rosie has full Public Liability Insurance. If your venue needs proof of this please just ask.
Do you have your own PA and lighting?
Yes, Rosie can provide a state-of-the-art digital piano which produces a beautiful and dynamic sound, virtually indistinguishable from that of a genuine acoustic instrument. Rosie can also supply a 4 channel, 80W mixer/amplifier, complete with 4 balanced inputs (10 inputs total), full EQ and a range of built-in effects (including reverb and delay). The mixer also features an auxiliary input for an iPod or CD player, which Rosie, or you, can provide to keep the atmosphere flowing between sets. Lighting is not included in Rosie's quote.
How long do you play for?
For the music, you can choose from one 45 minute set, up to four 45 minute sets. Arrival and set-up times are flexible; Rosie can arrive as early as necessary to prepare for the performance so as to avoid any unnecessary interruption to your event. (Please note, an early set up fee may be payable for set ups more than 2 hours before the performance time.) It takes Rosie between 30 - 45 mins to set up all the equipment and do a short sound check. Rosie is extremely accommodating in the set-up and delivery of each show; she is able to travel anywhere in the UK and Europe and can adjust volumes and stage plans to suit your venue, requirements and taste.

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