Pianists for hire in Swindon

Hire a pianist in Swindon 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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20 groups in or around Swindon
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From£260
PianistStroud(20 mi)

Charlie is a popular and in demand pianist specialising in jazz standards and pop classics from way back when to the present day.

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PianistYork(26 mi)

Freelance musician in Yorkshire and Greater Manchester. Musical Director, Pianist, Conductor, Organist, Keyboard Programmer.

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From£180
PianistMarlborough(9 mi)

Roger is a versatile musician with varied experience in bands and solo, grew up in a musical family and started learning the piano at nine

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From£250
PianistCheltenham(26 mi)

Studied jazz piano at the Guildhall School. Recently played on Radio 2. Performing around Europe and teaching piano

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From£180
PianistOxford(28 mi)

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
PianistStroud(20 mi)

A versatile soprano soloist with blendable tone, a post-graduate in vocal performance from Birmingham Conservatoire.

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From£250
PianistCheltenham(22 mi)

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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From£180
PianistOxford(26 mi)

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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From£295
PianistHungerford(11 mi)

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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From£313
PianistChippenham(17 mi)

A professional piano entertainer with many years experience, able take requests and with his own white grand piano to bring with him!

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PianistOxford(27 mi)

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

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From£250
PianistBath(28 mi)

Graduate of Cardiff Uni School of Music, first study cellist. Instrumental tutor at Bath and North East Somerset Music Service.

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From£180
PianistBrighton(28 mi)

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

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From£180
PianistOxford(26 mi)

Versatile organist/pianist who has many years of experiences in Wedding, Memorial service, and other performances, including private events.

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From£220
PianistAbingdon(23 mi)

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

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From£180
PianistBath(27 mi)

Shean is Assistant Director of Music at Bath Abbey, Guest Organist BBC Radio 4 Daily Service and past Organ Scholar at Liverpool Cathedral.

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From£440
PianistOxford(28 mi)

Multi-talented piano player, singer, songwriter and producer with 15 years of worldwide experience.

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From£700
PianistBath(29 mi)

Tim is a pianist/keyboard player and musical director. Vast experience of performing and accompanying - and runs Vocal Works Gospel Choir

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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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