Joel & Donavon
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- Musician Type: Singer and Other
- Performs: dueling pianos classic & modern rock & pop show tunes
What is Dueling Pianos?
Dueling Pianos is a 100% request driven, audience interactive show with two singing pianists getting the crowd singing and dancing. Our pianists are well versed in bringing audiences out of their shells and getting everyone involved – whether up on stage or happily singing from their seats. The shows are engaging, hilarious and – most importantly – completely curated by the audience. Our teams know over 4,000 songs apiece – so whether you want Frank Sinatra, Bon Jovi or Eminem – be safe in the knowledge we have you covered! Find out how Dueling Pianos can add a memorable musical touch to your next event. We create musical memories. We don’t use rookies so you can have peace of mind knowing that your event is in the very best musical hands possible.
The show combines collective keyboard musical talent. The duo is a one-of-a-kind live entertainment experience, incorporating outrageous high-energy music of all styles, requests, and audience participation. This highly fun and interactive show is guaranteed to entertain and be enjoyed by audiences of all ages. Together with their pianos, they bring you a show filled with music, flashy piano pieces, and singalongs.
Joel’s influences range far and wide, from the composers of the roaring twenties through to Ben Folds Five. And as the songs developed – the warmth of his voice rising to match the casual elegance with which he hammers those keys – he knew his contemporary sound was becoming unique.
Donavon LeNabat is an accomplished performer, singer, pianist, accompanist, arranger, and music director. After college, Donavon spent several years touring around parts of the world while performing on cruise ships, eventually coming back home to Toronto to further his musical career. Since then, he has worked with many bands and stellar musicians, including Jim Cuddy, Molly Johnson, Esthero, The Tenors (formerly “The Canadian Tenors”), Andy Maize, Mark Cassius, Sharron Matthews, Ed Robertson, Steven Page, and playing Keyboards 2 in the Toronto production of Jersey Boys. He also performs fun 80s songs of his youth that no other bands were playing.