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Gisela Meyer

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About Gisela

I'm a very experienced and passionate performer, keen to make your event special- as classical Singer or Pianist - or as a Singing Pianist!
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I was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. In my undergraduate studies in Frankfurt I took piano as principal subject and cello as second subject. I then carried on with postgraduate studies in Weimar. Piano solo/Chamber music/Song accompaniment . In London, I obtained a Masters in Performance (accompaniment) at the GSMD and studied singing privately with Jessica Cash. I perform regularly as pianist and singer - more recently, as a Singing pianist as well. I love connecting to my audiences on a personal level and stay in touch with a lot of people, some of whom even became friends. I lead regular free Singalongs online that I created for her local community during the first lockdown. I also create recording backing tracks for singers and instrumentalists - currently for several albums of tenor Aidan Crowley, available for sale on bandcamp. My second passion is teaching - I teach various musical subjects privately and am tutor for Piano, Classical Singing and Chamber Music at the City Lit Institute, doing occasional accompaniment and deputising work for Cello classes. I also works as a freelance musician and regularly play for recitals of students in London’s music colleges, and work as external advisor, accompanist and cello teacher for City and Islington Sixth Form college. I mainly play classical pieces or perform songs from the shows and lighter repertoire, as Singing pianist. But I am up for mingling with passionate musicians and artists of any kind, so it was a pleasure for me to be involved in a cross-over project, where I worked with Indian composer Baluji Shrivastav for his production “Sohini and Mahival", which was performed at the Southbank Centre as part of the Alchemy Festival.

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Fluent sight-reader, Repetiteur, Instrumental teaching, Theory teaching, Singing teaching, Composition teaching, Accompanist, Transcription, Arranger, Composer, Producer, Musical comedy
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Song list

This list contains four sublists of repertoire for:
In this list I have included pieces both from all eras relevant to the piano. However, my main focus is on repertoire from the romantic period - with special focus on works by Frederic Chopin.
I also play a lot of music for piano solo from the early part of the 20th century, with some focus on French composers, especially Ravel and Debussy – of the latter specifically, his Preludes.
Some repertoire veers slightly off the classical track, this includes mainly repertoire by G. Gershwin and few others composers, listed below.
Baroque period
French Suite in G major
French Suite in C minor
Well Tempered Piano - various preludes and fugues
Scarlatti, various Sonatas
Classical period
Haydn, Sonata D and various others
Sonata Eb KV 282
Sonata C
Sonata D KV 576
Sonata A KV 331
Fantasia in D minor KV 397
Fantasia and Sonata KV 475 in C minor
Twelve Variations on “Ah vous dirai-je, maman”
Op. 2 No 1 in F minor
Op. 2 No 3 in C major
Op. 7 in Eb major
Op. 10 No 3 in D major
Op 14 No1 in E major
Op. 26 in Ab major
Op. 27 No1 (Moonlight) in C# minor
Op 31 No2 (Tempest) in D minor
Op. 53 (Waldstein) in C major
No 4 in G major
(currently studying: “Emperor” No 5 in Eb)
Romantic period
Clara Schumann
Scherzo Op 14 in C minor
Robert Schumann
Abegg Variations Op. 1,
Kinderszenen Op15
Kreisleriana Op. 16
F. Chopin
(the list below includes bigger works only – I have done various waltzes, mazurkas, nocturnes and the Berceuse, as well):
Op 29 in Ab major
Op 51 in Gb major
Fantasie- Improptu Op. 66 in C# minor
Op 26, No1 in C# minor
Op 26, No2 in Eb minor
Op 40, No1 in A major
Op 53 in Ab major
Op 61 Polonaise Fantasie
Op 10 Nos: 1,2,3,4,5,8.9, 12
Op 25 Nos :1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12
Ballade No 1 in G minor
Sonata in Bb minor
Préludes Op. 28
J. Brahms
Rhapsody No 1 B minor
Rhapsody No 2, G minor
Intermezzos Op. 117
F. Liszt
Mephisto Waltz
M. Mussorgsky
Pictures at an Exhibition
Short pieces:
Gopak of joyful fellows (Sorochinstsky Fair)
A Tear
The Seamstress
20th century - French
E. Satie
several small pieces, including Sonatine bureaucratique
Music for the film Entr’acte (played in a live performance as accompaniment to a viewing of the film, 1999)
M. Ravel
Sonatina Op 14
Jeux d’eau
Gaspard de la nuit
Concerto in G major
(studying: Concerto for the left hand)
C. Debussy:
L’isle joyeuse
Book 1:
Les sons et les parfums tournent dans l’air du soir
Les collines d’Anacapri
Des pas sur la neige
Ce qu’a vu le vent d’ouest
La Fille aux cheveux de lin
La Serenade interrompue
La Cathedrale engloutie
Book 2
La Puerta del vino
“General Lavine” - eccentric,
La terrasse des audiences du clair de lune
Les tierces alternées
Feux d'Artifice
20th century - other
Prelude and Fuge Op. 87, 7, in A major
Prelude and Fuge Op. 87, 18, in F minor
L. Janaček
(studying) Im Nebel (In the mist)
A. Berg
Sonata 1
B. Britten,
Three character pieces
Concerto for piano/harpsichord and chamber orchestra
I. Stravinsky
Petrouchka No 1: Danse Russe
R. Wecks
20th century – classic in crossover…
G. Gershwin:
Three Preludes and
Rhapsody in Blue (piano solo version by the composer)
J. Radnich
Pirates of theCaribbean
Hedwig’s Theme
R. Addinsel (arr for piano solo by H. Geehl)
Warsaw concerto (solo version)
*I’m a very experienced sight-reader and can also learn more complex repertoire at short notice.
Bach whole work: Johannespassion/St. John’s passion
whole work: Matthäuspassion/St Matthew’s passion
single aria: Jesu, joy of man’s desiring (cantata 147)
single rec/aria: Meine Seele sei vergnügt (cantata 204)
Handel whole work: Messias/Messiah
single aria: Tune the soft melodious lute (Jephta)
single aria: Oh! Had I Jubal’s lyre (Joshua)
single aria: Let the bright Seraphim (Samson)
Mozart whole work: Requiem
whole work: Exultate
whole work: Mass in c minor
single aria: Laudate Dominum (Solemn vespers)
Haydn single aria: Nun beut die Flur/With verdure clad
Mendelssohn whole work: Elias/Elijah
Fauré single aria: Pie Jesu (Requiem)
Short popular sacred pieces*:
Bach Bist du bei mir/If thou art near
Bach/Gounod Ave Maria
Mozart Ave verum corpus
Schubert Ave Maria
Franck Panis angelicus
Other popular short pieces (24 Arie antique), mostly Italian*
Caccini Amarilli, mia bella
Caldara Alma del core
Come raggio di sol
Sebben crudele
Caccini Ave Maria
Carissimi Vittoria, mio core!
Durante Danza, danza, fanciulla gentile
Vergin, tutto amor
Giordani Caro mio ben
Gluck O del mio dolce ardor
Handel Silent Worship
Lotti Pur dicesti, o bocca bella
Paisiello Nel cor piu non mi sento
Pergolesi Se tu M’ami, se sospiri
Nina (attributed to composer)
Purcell Music for a while
Scarlatti Gia il sole dal Gange
O cessate di piargami
Stradella Pieta, Signore
Torelli Tu lo sai
Opera Arias
Bononcini Griselda Per la Gloria
Handel Xerxes Ombra mai fu (Largo)
Rodelinda Art thou troubled?
Dove sei?
Mozart Cosi fan tutte Come scoglio
Figaro Porgi amor
Giunse alfin../Deh vieni non tardar
E Susanna non vien/
Dove sono i bei momenti
Zauberflöte Ach, ich fühl’s
Bizet Carmen Je dis, que rien ne m’épouvante
Art songs (selection)*
Beethoven Mignon; Freundschaft
Brahms Feldeinsamkeit; Nachtigall
Hensel, Fanny Gondellied; Morgenständchen
Hindemith Durch die abendlichen Gärten
Mozart Als Luise die Briefe ihres ungetreuen Liebhabers verbrannte…
Schumann, Clara Liebst du um Schönheit Lotusblume
Schubert Auf dem Wasser zu singen Forelle
Suleika (both) Ständchen
Strauss, Richard Allerseelen Das Rosenband
Die Nacht Die Verschwiegenen Du meines Herzens Krönelein Für fünfzehn Pfennige Glückes genug
Hat’s gesagt, bleibt’s nicht dabei Heimliche Aufforderung
Morgen! Nachtgang Nichts! Schlagende Herzen
Traum durch die Dämmerung Wie sollten wir geheim sie halten
Wozu noch, Mädchen Zueignung
Finzi Feel no more the heat of the sun
Quilter June Love’s Philosophy
Now sleeps the crimson petal
Dring Echoes My true love hath some heart
The Enchantment
Debussy Ariettes oubliées (complete)
L’Apparition Pantomime Pierrot
Fauré Aprés un rêve Chanson d’amour Claire de lune
La lune blanche Le secret Les berceaux Les roses d’Isphahan
Poulenc Métamorphoses (cycle)
Lighter repertoire*
-please also check the repertoire list under the heading “Singing Pianist”
Flanders & Swann A Word On My Ear
From comedy songs By Strauss
The British Tar and the Milkmaid
The Lorelei
Gounod Ah! Je veux vivre
G.S If somebody there chanced to be (Ruggidore)
Poor wand’ring one (Pirates of Penzance)
Herbert Art is calling for me
Kern I want to sing in opera
Loewe I could have danced all night
Nicolai Lippen schweigen (die lustigen Weiber von Windsor)
Porter The Tale of the Oyster
Satie Je te veux
Strauss (Johann) Chacun à son goût
Weill from Threepenny opera
Barbara Song Mackie Messer
Vocal Chamber Music*
Bliss The Dandelion
Jacob Three songs for soprano and clarinet
Seiber, Mátyás Three Morgenstern songs for soprano and clarinet
Vaughan Williams Three Vocalises
Thomas Ayres Three poems
Bliss The Ragwort
Schubert Der Hirte auf dem Felsen
Louis Spohr, Six German songs for voice, clarinet and piano (in preparation)
Caplet Viens! Une flûte invisible soupire
Gaubert Soir païen
Saint-Saëns Une flute invisible

Jonathan Slade Song cycle “The Passage of Time”
Clair de lune

L’Alba separa dalla luce l’ombra
Des Dichters Abendgang
A. Cooke Nocturnes for soprano, horn (or cello) and piano
The Moon (Shelley)
Returning, we hear the larks (Rosenberg)
River Roses (Lawrence)
The Owl (Tennyson)
Boat Song (Davidson)
G. Donizetti Notturno (Night song)
arr. from Don Pasquale (tenor and soprano)
J. Massenet Elégie
On dit
P.Piatti La sera
O Swallow, Swallow
F. Schubert Auf dem Strom
*I’m a very experienced sight-reader and can also learn more complex repertoire at short notice.
Song Title Show (if applicable) Composer(s)
A Bird in a gilded Cage Tilzer
A Bushel and a peck Guys and Dolls Frank Loesser
All the things you are Jerome Kern
Amazing Grace Spiritual
A Nightingale sang in Berkeley Square Manning Sherwin
Autumn Leaves Joseph Kosma
A spoonful of sugar Mary Poppins William Sherman
Bess, you is my woman now Porgy and Bess George Gerswhin
Begin the Beguine Cole Porter
Brush up your Shakespeare Cole Porter
By the light of the silvery moon Gus Edwards
Camptown Races Stephen Foster
Cheek to cheek Irving Berlin
Chim Chim Cheree Mary Poppins William Sherman
Climb every mountain Sound of music R. Rodgers
Cockles and Mussels Folk
Consider yourself Oliver Lionel Bart
Comedy tonight A funny thing happened… Stephen Sondheim
Daisy bell Traditional
Dancing Queen ABBA
Die Kleptomanin Hollaender
Do, a deer Sound of music R. Rodgers
Dream a little dream of me Schwandt/Andree
Earth, Sea and Sky Lin Marsh
Edelweiss Sound of music R. Rodgers
Every time we say Goodbye Cole Porter
Far from the home I love Fiddler on the roof Jerry Bock
Feed the birds Mary Poppins Richard Sherman
Feeling Good Bricusse/Newley
Fly me to the moon Bart Howard
For me and my gal Geo Meyer
God bless the child B. Holiday/A. Herzog
Happy Feet Milton Ager
Hushaby Mountain Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Richard Sherman
I get a kick out of you Cole Porter
I am the captain of “Pinafore” Pirates of Penzance G&S
I could have danced all night My fair Lady Frederick Loewe
I’d do anything Oliver Lionel Bart
If I loved you Carousel Richard Rodgers
If I were a bell Guys and Dolls Frank Loesser
If I were a rich man Fiddler on the roof Jerry Bock
I got rhythm Girl crazy Gershwin
I have a dream ABBA
I’m on a seesaw Jill Darling Vivian Ellis
In the still of the night Cole Porter
I saw Mommy kissing Santa Claus Tommie Connor
It might as well be spring Richard Rodgers It’s a grand night for Singing Richard Rodgers
It’s a lovely day today Irving Berlin
It’s de-lovely Cole Porter
I’ve got confidence Sound of music Richard Rodgers
I’ve got you under my skin Cole Porter
I want to sing in opera The siren Jerome Kern
Kauf dir einen bunten Luftballon Anton Profes
Knowing me, knowing you ABBA
Lay all your love on me ABBA
Lazy Sunday Afternoon Lin Marsh
Let’s face the music and Dance Irving Berlin
Let’s go fly a kite Mary Poppins Richard Sherman
Lovely, lonely man Chitty chitty bang bang Richard Sherman
Mamma Mia ABBA
Money, money, money ABBA
Morning has broken Trad
Mrs. Beamish Richard Stilgoe
My love is like a red, red rose Trad.
Night and Day Cole Porter
O Danny Boy Trad.
Oh, Lady be good Lady be good George Gershwin
Over the Rainbow The Wizard of Oz Harold Arlen
Pretty Polly Oliver Trad.
Poor wand’ring one Pirates of Penzance G&S
Poor wayfaring stranger Folksong
Round Midnight Williams/Monk
Sally in our alley arr. Britten
Sing a song Carpenters
Singing in the Rain Nacio Herb Brown
Smoke gets in your eyes Jerome Kern
So in Love Cole Porter
Somebody to love Darby Slick
Someone to watch over me George Gershwin
Some People film: Some people Ron Grainer
Somewhere only we know Chaplin/Hughes
Spring can really hang you up the most Tom Wolf
Stay as sweet, as you are Harry Revel
Summertime George Gershwin
Sunshine Irving Berlin
Supercalifragilistic Robert Sherman
Super trouper ABBA
Take back your mink Frank Loesser
Thank you for the music ABBA
The best of times La Cage aux Folles Jerry Herman
The Bare necessities Jungle book Terry Gilkyson
The Boy in the gallery George Ware
The Gas-man cometh Flanders & Swann
The Honeysuckle and the Bee William Penn
The Lady is a Tramp Richard Rodgers
The Lord is my shepherd from Vicar of Dibley Howard Goodall
The mallow fling Trad.
The Rose Amanda Mc Broom
The Sloth Flanders & Swann
The Sound of Music Richard Rodgers
The Warthog Flanders & Swann
The way you look tonight Jerome Kern
The winner takes it all ABBA
This is the moment Jekyll and Hyde Wildhorn/Bricusse
True love Cole Porter
Two Brown Eyes Edward Grieg
Unchained Melody Alex North
Walter, Walter, lead me to the altar Pether
Waltzing Matilda Trad.
Whatever Lola wants, Lola gets Damn Yankees Adler/Rose
Who’s got the pain? Damn Yankees Adler/Rose
Why can’t you behave? Cole Porter
Windy weather Lin Marsh
With a song in my heart Richard Rodgers
Wouldn’t it be loverly? My fair lady Frederick Loewe
Chamber repertoire (bigger works),
by ensemble (and alphabetically within category)
Wind and Piano
Flute and Piano
Bach - Flute sonatas with obligate harpsichord
Clarke - various short pieces
Debussy - L’Epitaphs (arr. by composer)
Franck - Sonata
Hindemith - Sonata
Laparra - Le livre de l’Aurore
Martin - Ballade
Milhaud - Sonatine
Mower - Sonata Latino
Poulenc - Sonata
Shostakovich - Sonata
Oboe and Piano
Schumann - Three Romances Op. 94
Schumann - Romance Op. 22,1
Trumpet and Piano
Bernstein - Rondo for Lifey
Gabaye - Boutade
Goedicke - Concert study
Hindemith - Sonata
Hubeau - Sonata
Recorder and Piano
Berkeley - Sonatina
Clarinet and Piano
Brahms - Sonata 1 in F minor and Sonata 2 in Eb major
Burgmüller - Duo Op.15
Debussy - Premiere Rhapsodie
Finzi - Bagatelles
Françaix - Variations
Hindemith - Sonata
Lutoslavski - Five Dance préludes
Milhaud - Duo concertant
Poulenc - Sonata
Prokofiev - (arr.) Melodies from Romeo and Juliet
Saint Saens - Sonata
Schumann - Fantasiestücke Op.73
Schumann - Three Romances Op. 94
Verdi/Bassi - Rigoletto (Fantasia di concerto)
Weber - Grand Duo concertant Op.48
Weber - 7 Variations Op. 33
String and Piano
Violin and Piano
Beethoven - Spring sonata
Brahms - Sonata in G major and Sonata in A major
Debussy - Sonata
Delius - Sonata
Fauré - Sonata
Franck - Sonata
Hindemith - Sonata
Shostakovich - Sonata
Viola and Piano
Brahms - Sonata 1 in F minor and Sonata 2 in Eb major
Clarke - Passacaglia on an Old English Tune
Schumann - Märchenbilder
Cello and Piano
Britten - Sonata
Brahms - Sonata in E minor
Debussy - Sonata
Franck - Sonata
Schumann - Fantasiestücke Op.73
Violin, Violoncello, Piano
Schubert - Trio in Bb major Op. 99
Brahms – Trio in B major Op. 8 (early version)
Debussy - Trio in G major
Violin, Viola, Piano
Reger – Trio Op. 2
Viola, Clarinet, Piano
Beethoven - Trio Op. 38
Bruch - 8 pieces Op. 83
Debussy - (arr.) Trio for flute, viola and harp
Françaix - Trio pour Clarinette, Alto et Piano (1990)
Holbrooke - Nocturne Fairyland
Jacob - Trio
Mozart –Trio in Eb major (Kegelstatt)
Reineck - Trio in A major Op 264
Rota - Trio
Schumann, Märchenerzaehlungen
Uhl - Kleines Konzert (Little concerto)
Viola, Violoncello, Piano
Brahms, Trio in A minor Op. 114
Violin, Clarinet, Piano
Milhaud - Suite Op. 157
Khachaturian - Trio (1932)
Stravinsky - Histoire du soldat (arr. by the composer)
Piano quartet (Vl, Vla, Vcl, Pno)
Brahms - Quartet in C minor
Faure - Quartet 1 in c minor
Mozart - Quartet in G minor
Schubert - Adagio and Rondo concertant
Schumann - Quartet in Eb major
Turina - Quartet
Customer questions

What if my timings change after I've booked you?

I’ll do my best to accommodate time changes, where possible. Unless the day itself changes, I would expect to be fairly flexible to help you in this respect.

Can you provide an iPod/DJ service before and between your sets?

Since I am a classical musician, this would usually not apply- I regret to say that I cannot provide such a service.

How much time do you need to set up?

I would not need any time to set up- I can currently only accept gigs with a piano on site. However, I would need a few minutes to try the instrument.

If I have a piano at my venue, are you happy to perform on that?

Definitely, as long as the piano is in working order and in tune, I’ll be very happy to play on it!

Can I pick the songs you play from the set list?

I’m very happy to take notes of requests- as long as the sheet music is made available to me. In the -rather unlikely - event that I would be asked to perform a piece that is only available from a recording, I might still be able to do that but this would incur an extra fee, depending on the length and complexity of the piece in question.

Are you able to bring your own piano or keyboard?

Sadly, at this point I do not have a portable keyboard or a car for transporting it.

Can you learn song requests before the event?

I’m very happy to take notes of requests- as long as the sheet music is made available to me. If very difficult, it would incur an extra fee of £30. If I were asked to perform a piece that is only available from a recording, I might be able to do that, but this would incur an extra fee, depending on the length and complexity of the piece in question.

What do your clients love most about your performances?

My enthusiasm during the performance. Clients have been happy about my choice of background music and said it contributed to a good atmosphere at the event. People attest that I am reliable and a good communicator.

Which venues have you performed at in the past?

Three concerts for three separate book launches, one of which also featured baroque singer Emma Kirkby. Background music venues include: IAC conference , Institute of Education, UCL London (2017) Various smaller events, usually churches City Lit Institute, reception after awards ceremony - with Her Royal Highness, Princess Ann, as guest of honour. (2019)

Which artists have you been most influenced by?

Mauricio Pollini, Martha Argerich, Emil Gilels,

What is the most high profile gig you've performed?

At the City Lit Institute, reception following the awards ceremony - with Her Royal Highness, Princess Ann, as guest of honour. (2019)


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Up to 2 hours£250
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Includes any playing or singing at a service up to 1.5 h length, and a rehearsal up to one hour, beforehand.
I'll take your group on a musical journey for about one hour, leading you in singing your favourite songs -whether from the shows, from films or folk songs. Have a listen to my Singing Pianist videos to hear me play and sing. I have a list to choose from, but I also take requests. Ten songs are included in the package. Add-ons are available - get in touch for a quote! This package is also available as a virtual service, for the price of £150.
NEW!Virtual services
I'll take your group on a musical journey for about one hour, leading you in singing your favourite songs -whether from the shows, from films or folk songs. Have a listen to the video to hear me play and sing. I have a list to choose from, but I also take requests. Ten songs are included in the package. Add-ons are available - get in touch for a quote!


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Anna F
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5 out of 5

Gisela was amazing and fitted in around us smoothly and professionally. We would definitely recommend her 🙂

Reply from Gisela
6 months ago

Thank you very much Anna, it was a lovely event and I enjoyed being part of it!

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From other customers:

Aidan C
3 years ago, for a Recording session in Remote
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5 out of 5

A number of years ago I produced a little concert in Queen's Park, London. But who to ask to be the Musical Director and Pianist? There is no doubt that Gisela Meyer is a superb pianist. The depth and emotion of her playing and her empathy to accompany the singer, especially one as eccentric as myself (!), is difficult to match. So impressed was I with Gisela that years later, most recently when recording some new albums of both classical aria and contemporary musical theatre songs, it was Gisela I immediately asked. Her wealth of understanding multiple genres of music, the fact that she is also an accomplished singer herself, brought home to me the necessity to have Gisela record the music for these new works. It is of great compliment to say, you would work with someone again and again, without hesitation and that I can attest to, with Gisela. - Aidan J Crowley, Oxford 2020

John B
4 years ago, for a Concert in St. James' Church
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4 out of 5

It was great to see so many people in Church last night – of all ages – and as always your wonderful technique shone through what was, by any stretch of the imagination, a very demanding programme. Congratulations. Father John

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