Nick Angiocchi is a lead emcee and account executive at Sound Precision Entertainment.
An energetic professional who knows how to keep the crowd dancing, Angiocchi has been with SPE since 2013.
“I was always very involved in music, productions, etc. all throughout high school and college so there was a natural interest there,” Angiocchi said. “What I love about my work with SPE is that I get to be the captain of the evening. It is my responsibility to make sure everything happens as planned. My clients allow me to take on their stress for them so they can enjoy their special day.”
Angiocchi graduated from Garfield Heights High School and then attended Bowling Green State University and Cuyahoga Community College, where he earned a business degree in human resource management and a music education degree.
Angiocchi knows a thing or two about weddings: He’s DJed more than 300 events and is getting married himself this October! He and his fiancee, Rachel, have been together for almost six years and met through mutual friends. Angiocchi proposed at the Garden of the Gods red rock formations in Colorado and will marry on Oct. 7, 2017. Each number in their wedding date has a special meaning for the couple:
- 10 – Their dating anniversary (June 10)
- 7 – The day he proposed (June 7)
- 17 – The day he first told Rachel “I love you” (March 17)
“Stay calm,” Angiocchi advised of wedding planning. “Lay out all of your interests on the table and talk through everything logically.”
When he’s not DJing or spending time with his fiancee, Angiocchi stays active by going to the gym and playing softball and volleyball. He is a sales recruiter at Group Management Services (GMS) and has been the assistant director for the show choir at Walsh Jesuit High School since 2009.
Q&A with Nick Angiocchi
What’s your favorite song to play at events?
My favorite song right now is “24K Magic” by Bruno Mars, but this is an ever-changing thing.
What’s your favorite song to get you pumped for an event?
“All I Do Is Win” by DJ Khaled
Who or what inspires you?
Self-motivation and always making today better than yesterday.
What’s a fun fact about you?
I can play the piano and saxophone. I have been in several Broadway Junior musicals. My favorite was my role at Corny Collins in Hairspray.