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a Private Corporate Gala at the Museum of Flight - Seattle

An exclusive private corporate gala marked a momentous milestone, where I had the distinct honor of being the featured violinist. The international planning team pulled off a stunning celebration, inviting the best talent from across the region.



Kicking off the event, my rendition of ABBA's iconic hit, "Mamma Mia," energetically invited guests to follow me as I walked them from the lounge to their seats for dinner service, setting a harmonious tone for the night ahead.



Center stage, my performance of Kenny Loggins' timeless anthem, "Footloose," got everyone tapping their toes and applauding, infusing the celebration with vibrancy.

 

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Rounding out the set was Stevie Wonder's "Don't You Worry 'bout a Thing," inspiring confidence in the future while looking back fondly through the past decades. I was set up with a wireless belt-pack, permitting me to freely roam and serenade the guests without impediment.



This gala showcased the transformative power of music in shaping unforgettable moments, and it's why I remain committed to crafting captivating musical journeys that leave a lasting impact, honoring the essence of each celebration.


 

Christie Becker is an acclaimed violinist with a passion for crafting personalized performances that enchant audiences. With a degree in Violin Performance from CWU and nearly three decades of experience under her belt, Christie has mastered the art of telling stories through music. Her exceptional talent and dedication to her craft have earned her prestigious recognition, including six "Best of" awards from both The Knot Weddings and The Bash.


Christie's expertise lies in creating sets that resonate with each client, tailoring the music to match their unique vision and brand. Her custom arrangements breathe life into her clients' visions, making every event truly extraordinary.


Christie performs from Seattle to Portland and throughout the Pacific Northwest.




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