What is a dueling piano show? Born in New Orleans nearly thirty years ago the dueling piano concept has taken the country by storm Although the term “dueling” seems to conjure up images of battle between players, they actually perform together as a cohesive unit. Seated at opposing baby grand pianos, they sing and play a wide variety of hits from the 1950s through today. A dueling piano show is not a concert. They take popular songs, often requested by the audience, and encourage singing and participation; their show is filled with interaction, impeccable comedic timing, and an “unscripted” freedom, which leads to an unforgettable event!
How will the Audience be involved? An evening with the performers is designed around group participation. From clapping and singing to actually directing elements of the show, the audience is immediately engaged and involved in impromptu interaction. They utilize their vast musical repertoire (consisting of literally thousand of songs) and quick-witted humor to create unexpected moments (both musical and otherwise), which leave an audience entertained and amazed While audience interaction is one of the critical elements of the show the entertainers are never pushy, raunchy, or “over the top”. Many year of performing experience ensure that audience involvement occurs in a careful, respectful manner.