Tom Rust’s experience in corporate entertainment, London, the UK and abroad, speaks for itself. Below is a list of venues where he has worked, and some of his blue chip clients.
Some of the highlights of his career include performing in corporate events in At.mosphere, the roof top lounge of the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, being selected to perform in the VIP suite at the Beijing Olympics and singing in the Bobby Moore Suite at the FA cup final at Wembley.
He also recently sold out at the London Royal Albert Hall with his jazz trio at the renowned Ignite series of concerts.
Tom’s versatility in performing is key. He can perform as a solo artist to pre-recorded backing tracks through a PA system, or with some superbly talented musicians providing various sizes of bands, right up to a 32-piece orchestra if required.
Whatever combination of band size and music you choose, be it Rat Pack, some Background Lounge, Jazz, Jump Jive, Latin or some up-tempo party songs to get everyone up and dancing, you can be assured that you and your guests will be thoroughly and professionally entertained.
Most importantly, Tom also provides production advice and services should you require it. His long experience in the industry has taught him well, so he can advise on staging, lighting, scheduling and more.
Kit Kat Club in Kuala Lumper, The Grand Marina Hotel at the World Trade Center Barcelona, Council of Europe residence in Strasbourg, Chateau de Bagnols, Palme Music Festival at Indochine at Clark Quay in Singapore, At.mosphere at the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, Singapore Expo, Dubai World Trade Centre, Jumeirah Beach Hotel Dubai, Grand Hyatt Hotel Dubai, Westin Hotel Dubai and the Cruise Terminal Rotterdam, The Royal Albert Hall, Kensington Palace, Dunhill HQ, The London Aquarium, Park Lane Hilton Hotel, Old Billingsgate, The Victoria and Albert Museum, The Club at The Ivy, The Groucho club, Soho House, Shoreditch House, Claridge’s, Cadogan Hall, The Goring hotel London, Hampton Court Palace, The Savoy Hotel, The Grosvenor House Hotel, The Dorchester Hotel, The Lanesborough Hotel, Park Lane Intercontinental Hotel, Le Manoir aux Quat’Saisons, Madame Tussauds, London Excel, O2 Arena, The National Gallery, Alexandra Palace, The Natural History Museum and London Zoo.. to name but a few!
Blue Chip clients incude: Llyods Tsb, British Airways, Virgin, Microsoft, Holmes Place, Glaxo Smith and Kline, AXA, O2, BT, Nintendo, Google, NBC Universal, Mindshare, Nspcc, Financial Times, Clarins, British Gas, Dunhill, Fujitsu, Selfridges, Quest Software, Russian economic forum, The Press Club Ball, Toyota, Volkswagen, Saatchi & Saatchi, Visa.
Press Club Ball – 500 attendees The brief was to entertain clients during dinner, including walking amongst the tables with a radio mic. The challenge in the Natural History Museum is to produce a reasonable sound whilst not being too loud whilst wandering around the tables. With 45 tables in a huge space, the client required the music to remain in the background so that people could hear themselves speak to each other, but at the same time hear me sing. I have returned to the Press Club ball each year!