Pianists for hire in Oxford

Hire a pianist in Oxford for your event. Booking a pianist player is the perfect way to add a touch of class to any party, wedding or special occasion. Our piano players can perform anything from classical concert piece to pop covers and jazz cocktail party classics. If your venue has a piano, our versatile musicians will happily to perform on it, but they can also bring their own instrument if needed. Browse our selection of the 360 best pianists local to Oxford here.

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PianistHenley-on-Thames

Anita is a versatile Classical pianist, equally at home performing as a soloist, accompanist or Chamber musician.

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From£200
PianistMilton Keynes

I am a passionate and versatile Pianist.

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From£280
PianistHigh Wycombe

An incredibly talented pianist and violinist with years of experience performing all sorts of music all over the globe.

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From£500
PianistOxford

Pianist for some of UK's biggest stars! Sophisticated background music or the life and soul of the party; done with class, style and warmth.

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From£180
PianistChesham

Adrian studied at the Royal Academy of Music and was awarded the Frances Earle Scholarship for piano playing. He has performed worldwide.

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From£180
PianistAmersham

Singing and performing songs from the 40s, 50s, 60s all the way to the current day and offering themed nights of your choice.

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From£280
PianistAylesbury

Producer, Session Musician, Singer-Songwriter, Educator, Covers and/or Originals

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PianistOxford

Pianist, Accompanist, Vocalist and Teacher available for work in London and the Midlands. Versatile, and a highly skilled sight reader!

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From£250
PianistAylesbury

Highly experienced multi-instrumentalist (accordion, fiddle, piano) specialising in Scottish ceilidh, weddings, balls etc. Solo, duo, trio

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PianistCheltenham

Lesley-Jane is a Classically-trained soprano soloist who has graced many a "big event". Oratorio soloist, recitalist, wedding singer, etc

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PianistOxford

CLASSICAL, JAZZ & FOLK singer with 5* hotel background Available for weddings, funerals, parties and recordings

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From£180
PianistOxford

Sofia is a student at Oxford looking for musical opportunities around the area – specializes in lyrical singing, but also plays/sings jazz.

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PianistAbingdon

Professional harpist, available for orchestral work, weddings, functions and private tuition.

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PianistOxford

Organ Scholar at Exeter College, Oxford

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From£295
PianistHungerford

Pianist at the wedding of George & Amal Clooney in 2014. Huge experience of performing at weddings and events both in the UK and abroad.

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PianistOxford

Pianist • composer • writer • arranger • MD • workshop leader • owner of Three Chairs and a Hat theatre company

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From£180
PianistBrighton

I am an experienced musician specialising in Vocals, Keys and Trumpet, based in Brighton but willing to travel

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PianistAylesbury

Enthusiastic guitarist, pianist, singer & impersonator. 50s, 60s & far beyond. Versatile entertainer. Extensive venue / client list & cv.

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Popular genres:
Pop, Jazz, Rock
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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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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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