Fortepianists available to hire in Fife

Hire a fortepianist in Fife for your event today. Whether you're planning a wedding, party, concert or event, we have 5 of the most professional acts for you to choose from. All of the musicians shown below can travel and are available in Fife.

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All the groups below are available to travel to Fife
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£190 - £380

James Breckon is a freelance pianist, reed player, arranger, composer and musical director based in Liverpool.

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Described by the Organ Magazine as ‘One of our finest young players’, Youngest DoM in an English Cathedral, Prizewinning graduate of RAM

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£30 - £300

Experienced and reliable pianist/singer, guaranteed to make your event special and run smoothly; a broad repertory of music available.

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Graduate of the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. Rhona is a versatile Violinist and Pianist and covers a range of genres.

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Popular genres:
Pop, Classical, Jazz
Average response time:
7 hours
Busiest times:
June, July, August

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Bear in mind: musicians typically play for 45 mins with a 15 min break per hour.

Frequently asked questions

Can any fortepianist play my favourite song?

Professional fortepianists will often take requests, but you will need to give them plenty of notice. Please also keep in mind that fortepianists may ask for an small additional fee to prepare songs that aren't already on their song list. You can view the fortepianist's song list on their Encore profile.

How much time do fortepianists take to set up?

Your fortepianist will usually arrive about an hour or so before their performance begins to set up and get settled before they start playing. To avoid any delays, make sure the performance space is ready for the fortepianist prior to their arrival.

My venue has asked for the performer’s PLI & PAT inspection certificates. What are these?

PLI stands for Public Liability Insurance. This insurance covers damage to another person or their property (it is also known as third party insurance). As many of our fortepianists are members of the Musician's Union, they are already covered by PLI up to £10 million. PAT stands for portable appliance testing. Most of our fortepianists will already have a PAT inspection certificate for their musical equipment/PA system, which they can provide to your venue if they need it.

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