High Definition Band

High Definition Band

Saratoga Springs, NY
518.584.4174   Visit Website   Email Vendor
Business Details
Categories: Band, Ceremony Music
Event Types: Anniversaries, Birthdays, Corporate Events, Debutante Balls, Eco-Friendly / Green Weddings, Graduations, Holiday Parties, LGBTQ Weddings / Ceremonies
Established: 2004
Employees: 8
Accepts: Cash, Check
Last Login: May 16, 2015
Frequently Asked Questions for Band
Agency or Band: Band
Band Size: 7+
Music Genres: Big Band, Classic Rock, Country, Dance, Folk, Funk, Gospel, Jazz, Motown, Oldies, Orchestra, Pop, R&B/Soul, Reggae, Rock, Swing
Music Services: Ceremony Music, Cocktail Hour Music, Instrumentals, Learning New Songs, MC, Music During Breaks, Reception Music, Sample Performances, Vocals, Willing to Travel
Band Items: Lighting, Microphones, Sound/PA System
Band Pricing
Prices Include: Learning New Songs, MC, Reception Music, Sound/PA System, Travel Expenses
Frequently Asked Questions for Ceremony Music
Ceremony Music Arrangements: Instrumental - Duo, Instrumental - Solo, Instrumental - Trio, Soloist / Vocalist
Number of Musicians in Band: 7+
Instruments: Drums, Flute, Guitar, Organ, Piano, Saxophone, Trumpet
Music Services: Ceremony Music, Cocktail Hour Music, Instrumentals, Learn New Songs, Microphones, Music During Breaks, Reception Music, Vocals
Ceremony Music Pricing
Ceremony Music Starting Price: $200.00
Most Popular Wedding Package Price: $2,800.00
Most Popular Wedding Package Includes: Cocktail Hour Music, Learn New Songs, Microphones, Music During Breaks, Reception Music, Sound/PA System, Travel Expenses
Other Information
Additional Answers & Advice:

  Can you provide music for our ceremony?

     Yes, a popular choice has been a classical style guitarist. We have many other options available to you as well. 


What options do you offer for the Cocktail hour?

      We offer a variety of cocktail hour options such as:  solo piano or classical guitar, instrumental ensemble (2-4 players) with optional vocalist


Starting time for the band?

     We find that it is best to have the band play soft background music as your reception begins. This sets the best mood for your special day.


How many breaks does the band take?

      High Definition takes 1 break only during dinner. We will provide recorded music during this break. 


Do we have to provide dinner for the band?

      We kindly ask that dinner be provided for the band. With travel time and setting up the band rarely has the time to dine.


How will the band dress for a wedding reception?

      High Definition takes pride in presenting ourselves as a polished and professional band, wearing black with one accent color, usually white


What styles of music do you play?

       We play music from the 1930s to the songs of today.  Our repertoire has the versatility to satisfy   all generations. Experience and having five lead vocalists gives us the ability to perform a wide range   of song styles.


How long does the band play?

        We typically play for four hours. Additional time can be arranged.


What if I’m concerned about the volume of the band?

         We are very experienced at keeping the volume just right. Feel free to let us know if a volume change is needed during your event.


Do you have lighting?

          Yes, we have stage and dance floor lighting. We also feature special effects lighting to enhance the dance floor.


Do you have a wireless microphone?

         Yes, it can be utilized for toasts, blessings, etc.


Will the band learn songs that we need for our special day? 

         Yes, we typically learn 2 to 3 songs for the bride and groom’s first dance or parent dances.  


Can we select songs the band will play?

        We welcome clients' input regarding song selections and will include or exclude material at your request.


Do you have a horn section available?

         Yes.  High Definition's trumpet and saxophone add another layer of sound to our arrangements.


Do you have a CD player?

         Yes, we have a fully integrated DJ system in our state-of-the-art PA system. 


Will you provide music during your breaks?

          Yes, we bring a variety of recorded music with us. We also can play any CD you provide us.


Who will announce the Bridal party?

       High Definition will assure your day goes as planned.  Our functioning Master of Ceremonies takes care to pronounce names correctly and clearly and tastefully guides the flow of events.  Our professionalism and experience have garnered appreciation from event coordinators, catering staffs and vendors.


Who will be my contact for High Definition?

          Dave Perrotta, High Definition's band leader, will be your contact.  He is readily available for all clients and will offer personal and professional guidance regarding your music.


How do I book High Definition?       

         To book the band or get more information, contact Dave at 518-584-4174 or HighDefinition@nycap.rr.com.



How much will it cost to have High Definition at my wedding?

           We are the most affordable, quality band around.  High Definition is committed to working with all clients and their budgets. We offer a variety of options to do this. The easiest way to get a price is to give Dave a call.


How did we decide on High Definition as a name?

         We had narrowed down our choices. We wrote them down on individual

pieces of paper, crumbled them up, tossed them on the floor and had Taylor 

pick one.





 We understand how important and difficult it can be finding the perfect band for your special day.  A key to our success has been offering a great product at a very affordable price.  

One big factor in bands is on stage volume.  Some bands bring in a big PA system and crank it up.  It won't be pleasing to the older folks. High Definition nows how to keep the volume right.  We have a state of the art PA system and a top end sound tech to mix the sound.

Our audio samples on our web site are via a live performance.  No studio tricks and dubbing were utilized.  It's a straight forward , honest approach.

We recommend that you see the band you hire in person. Make sure the band you see is the one that will be on the job.  Beware marketing materials, some bands have audio and video samples  that do not represent how they actually sound and look like on stage.