Felix And Fingers Dueling Pianos performing at University of Southern California on 2024-05-15In the heart of Los Angeles, at the prestigious University of Southern California, an unexpected spectacle unfolded. A faculty appreciation dinner for the hardworking dentists teaching at USC transformed into a lively, foot-tapping event, courtesy of Felix And Fingers Dueling Pianos.

A Surprise Behind the Curtain

The evening began with the soothing sounds of instrumental music wafting through the room. Unbeknownst to the attendees, behind a curtain, the dueling pianos awaited their cue. As the curtain lifted, the audience was met with a delightful surprise – a dueling piano show, kicking off with the iconic “9 to 5” by Dolly Parton.

From Quiet Dinner to Dance Floor

Initially, the faculty members were a bit reserved, quietly appreciating the music. However, as the show progressed, the infectious energy of the dueling pianos broke through the initial reserve. The room warmed up, and by the time “Sweet Caroline” hit the air, the crowd was on their feet, dancing and singing along.

Short But Sweet

Though the show was a brief 30 minutes, it was packed with energy and fun. The performers reveled in the challenge, turning a short set into a memorable experience for everyone present. The sight of the faculty members, usually so serious, letting loose and dancing was a testament to the magic of Felix And Fingers Dueling Pianos.

University of Southern California: A Venue to Remember

The event was held in a stunning space at USC, where the staff proved to be incredibly helpful. The performers were able to load out quickly and efficiently, thanks to the excellent organization. The combination of a beautiful venue, a fantastic crowd, and a successful show left the performers eager to return for more gigs at USC.

In conclusion, Felix And Fingers Dueling Pianos turned a faculty appreciation dinner into a memorable night of music, dancing, and fun. Whether you’re planning a corporate event, a private party, or a university function, consider adding a touch of magic with dueling pianos.

Ready to book your own dueling piano event? Contact Felix And Fingers Dueling Pianos at (800) 557-4196. And don’t forget to share this blog post with anyone who might be interested in a unique, engaging musical experience.

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