Organists for hire in Fife

Choose from over 64 professional electric organ players and church organists in Fife. Whether you're arranging a wedding, funeral, christening or concert, you've come to the right place. Our accomplished musicians can perform anything from Widor's Toccata to Saint-Saëns famous concerto. Enjoy browsing our fantastic musicians today.

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7 groups in or around Fife
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OrganistEdinburgh(11 mi)

Gus Carmichael B.Mus and P.G.C.E is a very experienced pianist/keyboard player based in Edinburgh.

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OrganistSaint Asaph(198 mi)

John Hosking BMus(Hons), ARCO, FRSA, MISM Organist, Harpsichordist and Composer

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OrganistDerby(231 mi)

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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OrganistChesterfield(208 mi)

Pianist, Organist, Oboist, Musical Director and Composer. Available for all events. Please enquire for information on rates.

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OrganistGlasgow(46 mi)

Famously quoted as being 'the best Organist and Pianist in Scotland' Weddings, Private Functions, Charity Events, Concerts and Recitals

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From£90
OrganistDoncaster(196 mi)

Robert is a professional musician, Musical Director, playing piano, keyboards and organ, playing either as a solo artist or with bands.

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OrganistNottingham(235 mi)

Pianist, Singer (Baritone), Organist - Soloist, Accompanist, Conductor and Teacher.

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OrganistLlandudno(195 mi)

Simply Beautiful Piano Music

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OrganistMarket Rasen(213 mi)

Steven is an experienced organist, conductor, choir trainer, workshop leader, composer, and arranger experienced in a variety of fields.

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OrganistBishop Auckland(117 mi)

Let music flow in your heart and enrich your soul.

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OrganistBarnard Castle(119 mi)

Deputy Director of Music & Head of Academic Music, Brighton College | Director of Music, St Paul's Church, Brighton

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OrganistBrough(191 mi)

Have a harpist, pianist, organist with a vocal option at your ceremony, drinks reception or wedding breakfast - bespoke music chosen by you

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OrganistGlasgow(46 mi)

Experienced multi-talented musician: piano, organ, singing, violin.

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OrganistNewcastle upon Tyne(99 mi)

Wedding Singer. Pianist, Organist, Dj, guitarist

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OrganistBridge of Weir(59 mi)

Church organist and jazz pianist: available for weddings, events and functions.

Hiring an organist

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

How much does it cost to hire an organist?

The typical price for an organist is:
£Budget£150
££Pro£225
£££High-end£300+

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Frequently asked questions

Can any organist play my favourite song?

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

How much time do organists take to set up?

Your organist 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 organist 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 organists 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 organists 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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