Published at Wednesday, October 02nd, 2019 - 09:12:35 AM. Wedding. By Florentin Forestier.
Most brides assume that a DJ/Master of Ceremonies (MC) main job is music. But that s not true. Not with an experienced DJ/MC who knows his role as MC and even, event coordinator, are as important as his responsibilities DJ ing. DJ ing represents about 15% of what I do at an event. It s my duties as MC and event coordinator that take up most of my time. How is this possible? Most of my work as a DJ is done before the event meeting with the bride and groom, putting together the play list, determining the events that will happen at the ceremony and reception, as well as any special requests. This allows me to focus more on my duties as an MC and event coordinator at the event.
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