Pianists for hire in Chelmsford

Hire a pianist in Chelmsford for your event today. Whether you're planning a wedding, party, concert or event, we have 360 of the most professional acts right here for you to choose from.

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118 groups in or around Chelmsford
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PianistLondon(23 mi)

Michael is a highly experienced professional pianist, able to curate a playlist perfect your event.

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From£160
PianistChelmsford(3 mi)

Freelance pianist

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PianistLondon(29 mi)

Belarusian Maya Irgalina is a versatile pianist successfully combining solo and collaborative piano playing.

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PianistLondon(29 mi)

Mihai is a London-based Romanian concert pianist and educator.

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PianistLondon(28 mi)

Tom is looking for work playing jazz piano in London. Plenty of experience and a good attitude! :)

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PianistLondon(29 mi)

Recitalist, chamber musician, soloist, accompanist, organist

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PianistLondon(24 mi)

Ieva Dubova is a highly talented contemporary classical pianist and composer.

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PianistLondon(25 mi)

Aurelius Sciuka is a highly professional pianist/keyboard player based in London.

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PianistLondon(26 mi)

Pianist Gary Beecher is an Artist Masters student at the Guildhall School of Music and Drama specialising in solo and collaborative piano.

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PianistLondon(29 mi)

Young classical pianist keen to engage with all audiences, through all music from Baroque to Contemporary

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PianistCambridge(27 mi)

Jamie Smith read music at the University of Oxford and later at the National Tchaikovsky Academy of Music in Ukraine.

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PianistLondon(27 mi)

London-based vocal/instrumental accompanist. Fast learner and good sight-reader, available for auditions, exams, competitions, and dep work

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PianistLondon(27 mi)

Naomi is a versatile pianist, harpsichordist, conductor, and musicologist based in Cambridge and London. www.naomiwoo.com

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PianistBarnet(29 mi)

Sophisticated singer/pianist and classical solo pianist available for any events. London based but willing to travel almost anywhere!

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PianistLondon(27 mi)

I am a self-employed pianist and organist living in London. I grew up in Edinburgh, and lived for three years in the US.

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PianistRochester(25 mi)

Classically trained, Karen works in diverse musical genres both in the UK and abroad. She was a resident pianist at the Ritz Hotel in London

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PianistLondon(28 mi)

Pianist, composer, organist, known for innovative recitals & eclectic compositions as heard on BBC R3. Available for weddings/functions etc

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PianistLondon(29 mi)

Music is all around us and all we have to do is listen! I love sharing my extravagant ideas about classical, contemporary and jazz music!

Hiring a pianist

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Popular genres:
Pop, Jazz, Rock
Average response time:
1 hour
Busiest times:
July, August, September

How much does it cost to hire a pianist?

The typical price for a pianist is:
£Budget£180
££Pro£290
£££High-end£400+

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

Frequently asked questions

My venue doesn't have a piano - what should I do?

Most pianists will have a keyboard and speakers that they can bring to your event - some may even be able to provide a piano shell to mimic the look of a piano (however this will likely cost extra). Nowadays keyboards can sound just as good as the real thing, so don't let not having a piano stop you!

What kind of music can a pianist play?

Most professional pianists will be extremely competent in a wide range of styles/genres. It's basically up to you what you'd like them to play. Give them an idea of the types of music/songs you'd like to hear, and they'll put together a set of music you'll be sure to love!

I want my pianist to sing as well. Is this possible?

Yes! Many pianists will sing and play piano - they can also do a mixture of accompanied and unaccompanied music to provide some variation to their performance! They'll most likely mention this information on their profile, as well as have links to videos showcasing their skills.

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