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Laser Harp & Human Percussion

Percussionist blends an exciting mix of music, technology and rhythm
High-energy, electrifying multimedia show will wow guests
Electro body percussion show can be tailored to suit your requirements
Previous clients include Coca-cola, HP, Calvin Klein, and Volvo
Based in Madrid and available to perform at events worldwide

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Starting out as a percussionist for the Ministry of Sound, Scarlett Entertainment’s laser harpist has fast become a pioneer of live house percussion performances alongside top DJs, performing at many of the world’s most exclusive clubs.

Performing mesmerising electro body percussion, this artist is much more than your average musician! Playing live on stage with impromptu music and music gadgets, he creates interactive music shows which are truly one of a kind.

His bespoke multimedia and interactive music show complete with electronic jacket is one of the most unique musical entertainment options we have seen!

With an irresistible combination of traditional percussion instruments and his own original creations, the Laser Harp & Human Percussion Show is sure to impress. Amongst his hybrid instruments are the midi cajón, a drum screen, the laser harp, a broom bass, and last but not least an electric suit which tracks the wearer’s movements and plays music in time with them.

Sure to be a hit at your event, book the Laser Harp & Human Percussion Show for unique and enthralling entertainment.

Contact our team of Entertainment Experts who will be more than happy to help with your enquiry.

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