Jazz at The Montage Beverly Hills


If you are a resident of Los Angeles, you are no stranger to the different lifestyles of “Angelinos”.  You have the hipsters down in Los Feliz, you have your artistic individuals over in the arts district of North Hollywood, then over the hill you have the elite of Beverly Hills who drive their Bentleys down the boulevard. Though they are different in their own unique way, there’s one thing that will always bring people together…MUSIC! When words fail, there’s always a song that will send the message! The Replicas Music is devoted to executing music the right way! Enjoy some of your favorite tunes performed by The Replicas Music


As a music agency, The Replicas Music has some of the best talent in the industry! From string players to gypsy jazz singers, we are honored to have such an amazing roster of artists who are devoted to make lasting memories in front of any audience. Our Jazz ensemble had the honor of playing a private event in at the Montage in Beverly Hills. Our violin player set the ambiance with her beautiful stringed melodies as our Jazz ensemble took the stage to provide clients with a vibrant set of jazz tunes.


This event wouldn’t have been possible without all of the industry professionals’ various contributions!  It takes very dedicated individuals to pull off an amazing event! A big thank you to Youngsong Martin of Wild Flower Linen for her beautiful designer table linens and chair covers. Square Root Designs provided the most beautiful floral designs along with Borrowed Blu’s luxury tabletop decor! Last but certainly not least, a big thank you to the LA-based event design companies, Palace Party Rental and Exquisite Events for making the night a huge success!

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