At AMV Live Music we aren’t just about sourcing artists for your event we can produce and stage your event also.
We have years of knowledge of staging and promoting live shows all over the world in venues from the Palladium in London to Sydney State Theatre. We are an exception to the rule here in the North East in the fact that we really do know what we are doing.
Big or small we can ensure that your event runs like clockwork and if you need a programme to be created for you we will do that too.
We recently produced, staged and conceptualised a Jazz concert in Wynyard Hall’s walled garden. To a tiny budget we gave over 500 VIP guests a two hour show of local young musicians that they would never forget.
Here is what Paul Macking, MD of Cameron Hall had to say about the concert;
“On behalf of Sir John and Lady Mae and everyone at Wynyard Hall, I would just like to say a enormous thank you to Michael and Andrew at AMV Live Music for organising our recent Summer Concert in the Walled Garden.
It was a big success and everything from the lighting, to the stage, to the sound and of course the entertainment was amazing, we have received many thanks from our customers and I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending AMV Live Music to stage and produce any event.”
"Hi Jess, I just wanted to say a massive thank you for being part of our day, you looked LOVELY and you have the most amazing voice. Thank you again."
Aaron and Libby Hicken - Newton Hall - 6th March 2015
Just want to say OMG what an awesome singer Ross Kerr is!!!!!!!
Bloody Nora I was sick of people coming over and asking me about him he totally stole my thunder! ha ha ha ha
You must pass on our uttermost thanks he made my day perfect!! I Loved Him.
Thanks again Mick
Abbey Cochrane - As You Like It - 2nd May 2015
I just wanted to drop you a quick note to say that Switch were fantastic on Saturday night, what a great band, friendly, flexible but most importantly very entertaining they really helped make my 50th a memorable night.
All the best.
Andrew Winterburn - Raithwaite Hall - 21st March 2015