You guys were awesome in every stage of the event. Looking forward to booking you guys back next summer, at camp, so you can see what Morasha is really all about
We were awesomely happy. Everyone was talking about the music.
Freilach did an outstanding job at my daughter’s wedding on May 17, 2015. We had started planning the musical aspects of the affair very early because we were all aware that the various members of the wedding party had distinct and sophisticated tastes. Moreover, the venue we had chosen (Capitale, in New York City) was a challenging space because of its high ceilings and hard surfaces. Choosing the music and singers for the event was a collaborative process, with my daughter and her fiancé making many of the choices, while my wife and I made others. Avrumi Schreiber made sure to visit the venue in order to get a sense of the challenges it presented and guided us through the complexities of selection and educating us in the process. He had a well tuned sense of how a particular musical piece might sound in place and gently steered us in the optimal direction. Eventually, our choices expanded to include a multitude of Hebrew songs, a healthy selection of classical and jazz music, a bit of swing and an extended series of social dance music sets. The band handled all of these with aplomb. We were particularly pleased with the music at the chuppah. These pieces presented particular challenges as each group in the wedding party walked down to specifically chosen pieces, none of which were repeated and all of them unusual selections. The choices ranged from the sweet to the dramatic and required a fair amount of rearranging in order to accommodate the instrument availability. Our guests were thrilled with the result. In short, Freilach was professional, able to solve the inevitable problems in a creative fashion and thorough in their execution. The end result was wonderful.
Thank you for helping us make our simcha so beautiful. The music was incredible. It was amazing how smoothly you worked with all the singers, the choir and the Piamentas. We are proud to be a member of the "family".
I would like to thank you for a wonderful job , it really was amazing . You should always be Mesameiach yiden and the same time be Matzliach