Special Event Music - Why Event is not plural

At Special Event Music, it's all about "your event"
as though it's the only and most remarkable event on the planet. There is nothing like the sparkle, warmth and excitement of live music...

Whether celebrating a life in solemn tribute at a funeral, enhancing the joyful spirit of love at a wedding or augmenting any religious ceremony....
Instantly energizing a business meeting with an inspirational start, including a patriotic theme or an uplifting and motivational song...
An hour of featured music to entertain your guests at your corporate or private party...

Special Event Music: Professional, reliable, affordable.
If you are looking for something fresh and new to the area,
contact us today via email at MusicForYourSpecialEvent@Gmail.com.

Thursday, June 16, 2016



Experience a conversational, multi-media musical presentation of Frank Sinatra:  The Man & His Music, on Sunday, June 26, 2016 from 3-5PM, (Doors open at 2:30PM) The event is being held in the side auditorium at Believers’ Chapel, 7912 Thompson Rd. in Cicero, NY.  Doors open at 2:30PM.  A post-show reception with refreshments is included with admission.   Advance sale tickets $15-$10 are available online at
www.Eventbrite.com.   Day of event tickets are $20 at the door.   

Theresa Harris has over 30 years experience as a choir singer and soloist; served as cantor for many years in Catholic masses, weddings and funeral ceremonies; studied voice privately with the late Amanda (Newhouse) Carnie for years in Oswego, NY and again at North Star Music Studios in the late 1990’s. 
She holds a bachelor's degree from Iona College in Communication.   She and Jerry Exline have collaborated on Special Event Music performances since 2008.  When she is not singing, Theresa has a keen interest in women’s issues, supports the advancement of the arts, and has served on several non-profit boards.

Dr. Jerry Exline holds a bachelor's degree and doctorate from the Eastman School of Music of the University of Rochester. He also holds a master's degree from the University of Michigan and a diploma from the Sherwood School of Music. He previously taught at Oswego State University and served as chair of the Department of Music there from 1989 - 1996. An accomplished pianist, he has performed numerous recitals throughout the Central New York region in various styles, ranging from classical, jazz, to pop.  In addition, he is a member of CNYAMT, he performs on piano & tuba & vocals with the Bear Cat Jass Band of Syracuse. He is currently on the faculty of LeMoyne College, where he is an adjunct instructor of piano and assistant director of The Jassuits. In their visual arts program, he teaches Global Masterpieces - A Survey of World Art.