Add a spectacular cirque act to spice up your event and wow your guests.. Great for corporate shows, private events, trade shows, fund raisers, awards ceremonies, product launches, conventions, wedding, holiday parties, Sweet 16s, Quincenieras, Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, Birthday Extravaganzas and more...
A choreographed act lasts around 5-8 minutes depending upon music selection. An ambient aerial set or aerial bartending can last for between 10-15 minutes, with a few sets performed throughout an event or evening with breaks.
Solo acts include: Aerial silks, corde lisse (aerial rope) , cerceaux (aerial hoop), & aerial hammock Duo acts include: Static & duo flying silks (male/female), hand to hand acrobatics (male/female) Please note: the male partner is different in each act.
I supply my own aerial props, span sets, carabiners, and swivels. This may be all that is required. We can determine ahead of time if more rigging or a rigger is required. Please see performance tech rider for specifics.
I have performed worldwide in everything from weddings, to on tour with Paul McCartney, stage productions, films, television, galas, private parties, corporate shows, festivals, events, clubs, conventions, launches, gala dinners and trade shows and more.
Yes, absolutely. I have pre-choregraphed acts but I am also happy to create new choreography to suit your event. I can adapt to any chosen track of music. The more detailed you can be about what you're looking for, and the more advance notice you give, the better I can meet your needs to fit your event vision. I can perform as a part of larger event or show, or as an aerial production with no other type of entertainment.
To receive pricing please email firstname.lastname@example.org answers to the following questions: Where is the event (city, state, country)? When is the event? Date/time? What is the event? What acts or ambient entertainment specifically are you interested in? Any other details I should know about?
All travel expenses except for hotel are built in to my fee if within North or South America in order to make the entire process easier for both you and I. With an all-inclusive fee, you pay one flat rate, and I will take care of the rest. I will cover air, car rental and meals as well as booking those things. The event host is responsible for hotel accommodations. If outside of the US please ask for details regarding travel.
What Others Are Saying...
"The most spectacular physical feats came at the end of the show, with the aerial duo of Streltsov and Van Loo, which really must be seen to be believed. There's a reason that the 1700-plus house was completely sold out two nights in a row. There is no hyperbole used when I say this concert was one of the most incredible things I have ever seen."
Sean Adams, Entertainment reporter
"The question of whether the audience would clap while the orchestra played — usually, a classical-music no-no — was quickly dispatched. As soon as Christine Van Loo began twisting her way up that dangling rope, applause rang out across the full hall." --Matthew J. Palm, Orlando Sentinel Entertainment Critic
"The most heart-stopping moments belonged to aerialists Christine Van Loo and Alexander Streltsov, who required only a long stretch of colorful silk and a rope anchored by five men to work their magic. The pair took turns using the silk as a trapeze before Van Loo reached down from her perch and pulled Streltsov up from the stage. As the orchestra glided through the waltz, Streltsov executed a series of turns while Van Loo — whom no one would mistake for a bodybuilder — held him suspended in the air." --Todd von Kampen / World-Herald correspondent
"Van Loo’s balletic maneuvers, perfectly choreographed to HSO’s expert delivery of Brahms’ complex music, presented a stunning marriage of sound and motion." --David N. Dunkle The Sentinel
"By the time the dazzling aerial duo of Christine Van Loo and Alexander Streltsov flew aloft, entwined in ribbons of red silk, a sold-out house at The Forum was entirely entranced by this breathtaking marriage of acrobatics and classical music." --David N. Dunkle, For The Sentinel