Weddings

Mazel Tov, you’re getting married! You’ve picked out invitations, booked a hall, and you’re on your way to the perfect wedding. But a beautiful bride and a beautiful venue are not enough. One of the most essential parts of any Jewish wedding is the Jewish Music that creates the atmosphere and the energy that transforms this day into a magical and unforgettable event. The Jewish Orchestra will perform throughout the wedding, from the badeken where the chosson and kallah see each other for the first time, during the chuppah when family and friends join together to watch the marriage ceremony that will bind the couple together, and of course on the dance floor for hours of exciting dancing and entertainment. Music is the soul of every Jewish wedding and choosing the right Jewish wedding orchestra can make your Jewish wedding truly extraordinary and memorable. The Shloime Dachs Orchestra is one of the most sought after Jewish Wedding Orchestras in the Jewish world today. Shloime’s magical voice has dazzled and entertained thousands of listeners in concerts throughout the world, and now you have the opportunity to have him perform at your personal wedding celebration. Shloime Dachs has been performing at weddings for over 20 years and his reputation for exciting and inspiring guests only grows with each celebration. The Shloime Dachs Orchestra performs a variety of musical styles. From traditional Jewish music to popular American music, as well as Israeli, classical, Klezmer & contemporary music, each event can have a customized musical repetoire. Shloime Dachs will work with you to create the perfect program. From the badeken to the first dance to the last dance, you personalize every step. The Shloime Dachs Orchestra can accommodate Weddings of all sizes. Whether you need a One Man Band or a 50 piece orchestra, the Shloime Dachs Orchestra will satisfy your needs and exceed your expectations. However you picture your dream wedding, the musical styling of Shloime Dachs will make your simcha truly unforgettable.