Felix and Fingers traveled to Bloomington, Indiana on New Year's Eve for the Indiana Memorial Union Wedding of Amy and Kyle. It was a special night indeed celebrating the new couple and the New Year! Indiana Memorial Union Wedding The Memorial Union building is part...
Taking Each City, One By One!
Felix and Fingers Lights Up Bloomington
For a fun-filled night that blends musical talent and fierce competition, be sure to check out Felix and Fingers. It’s the best dueling pianos entertainment that will have your hips shaking and feet tapping all night long.
Bloomington is home to a host of incredible cultural and arts events all year round. First and foremost, it is a music lovers’ paradise. Indiana University, located at the heart of the city, has one of the best music school’s in the nation and the best opera school in the entire Western Hemisphere. Felix and Fingers looks forward to any opportunity to perform in this vibrant city.
Adding to a rich musical culture, Felix and Fingers would love to contribute as well! Dueling piano entertainment is always a hit with all types of audiences. Whether it’s playing at a cultural event or a birthday party, Felix and Fingers is proud to provide people with stellar performances.
Felix and Fingers History
Felix and Fingers was first established in 2010 not far from Bloomington, in the windy city of Chicago. This is where the founders, Dave Radford and Mike Potts met and began their dueling piano performances. Dave had already seen some success as a Top Ten Male Finalist on the hit TV show, American Idol. Bringing their talents together, they were unstoppable.
Attracting audiences immediately, they have been spreading the fun ever since. Felix and Fingers is now rated as one of the top dueling piano companies in the nation with international tours. Felix and Fingers looks forward to adding the lovely city of Bloomington to it’s calendar of events.
Felix And Fingers is providing top-notch event entertainment across the nation. Here are some of our recent shows in your area!
I heard a story about a musician who was hired to play a show at Indiana University. Apparently his agent told him the show was in Bloomington and gave him an address, not telling him the show was at Indiana University. Since he was from Illinois he went to...