Zak Trojano specializes in creating the perfect atmosphere for your event. From cocktail parties and conferences for local businesses, to birthday celebrations and graduations, Zak has provided music for hundreds of special occasions. There was that wedding in the field in Vermont where he had to play Pachelbel's Cannon for 20 minutes straight, and the big wedding on Cape Cod for the heir to the Budweiser fortune where they marched by the lighthouse to the tune of Ashokan Farewell. Each event has a unique personality and Zak prides himself on working with each client to create the soundtrack that suits it best.
TESTIMONIALS "Mr. Trojano is a talented multi-instrumentalist and finger-style guitar player. He was invited to perform for a retreat we hosted in 2022 and working with him – from the get go – was easy and efficient. He was prompt with the quote our organization needed. Zak is just a really pleasant, talented person and he is also able to adjust to circumstances on the fly. For our event, we had plans to be sitting around a campfire at the retreat location, enjoying each other’s company and relaxing to Zak’s music. Well… don’t you know, the weather did not deign to comply. We had rain, rain, rain. Zak was quick to make other arrangements with the hotel for a different spot for us to all get together and the event continued. It was great fun!"
"I would highly recommend Zak Trojano for whatever event you have in mind… he is entertaining and easy to work with."
"His wide repertoire of material and styles were well suited to our diverse crowd. Zak provided the right amount of amplification to be heard but not obtrusive. Those who wanted to sit in front and just listen could. Those who wanted to dance could. Those who wanted to chat not as close to the stage could. This is a special talent when selecting performers for your event."
"I would highly recommend you consider Zak for your function. His musical knowledge is thorough and his skill level is high. He really knows how to keep the crowd both engaged and entertained."