I never even knew there was such a thing as gigmasters, and I'm so glad I found it on google! Michael Witt was wonderful, and his gentle guitar set the perfect atmosphere for our non-profit fundraiser. Very talented and professional. Thank you!
Make your wedding even more memorable with the sounds of Spanish, Gypsy, Jazz and/or Classical guitar. Performing all the wedding classics, like Pachelbel's Canon, Wagner's Bridal March and Bach's Cello Suite Prelude, to recognizable popular classical arrangements of songs like "La Vie En Rose" by Louis Armstrong and “Something" by The Beatles (George Harrison), and much more.
As a principal guitarist of the Santa Barbara Folk Orchestra, Michael (GuitarWitt) also offers a wide variety of folk music from all around the world and is happy to put together an ensemble of musicians to your preference, for ceremonies, cocktail hours, receptions or any event. If you want more than solo guitar, you may consider an ensemble via this collaborative project.
As a convenient option, Sound Systems - PA equipment (microphones and speakers) are available for wedding announcements, speeches and toasts.
Please request our extensive repertoire list and ask for request and or recommendations for YOUR event theme. We are flexible with your budget and vision.
About GuitarWitt - Guitar by Michael Witt:
Before completing his degree in music, Michael Witt studied with Brendan Bayliss of Umphrey's McGee and Dean Wachs at Indiana University in his hometown of South Bend.
He then completed his degree in Classical Guitar at the University of North Carolina, Greensboro where he studied Classical Guitar with Mark Mazzatenta, as well as notable professors in the Miles Davis Jazz Program.
His varied repertoire and versatile skills lead him to perform and instruct a wide variety of genres for many different audiences.
Mike has studied Master Classes with the L.A. Guitar Quartet, Christopher Parkening, and Odair Assad, among others, and has performed for countless audiences on classical and electric guitars.
He is now teaching and performing in Santa Barbara, CA, including involvement with the Santa Barbara Folk Orchestra, the annual Feed the Funk Benefit Concert, New Noise Music Festival and other local community festivals.