Pianists for hire in Worcester

Hire a pianist in Worcester 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 Worcester here.

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From£180
PianistLondon

Simone Alessandro Tavoni is an international concert pianist who regularly perform across Europe and winner of the BBC pathway scheme 2016.

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From£179.99
PianistChichester

A stunningly versatile Pianist, specialising in Jazz & Classical Covers. Performing Nationwide with signature Baby Grand Piano Shell!

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From£180
PianistLondon

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

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From£220
PianistLiverpool

Mark is a cocktail pianist, composer and piano tutor available for hire in Merseyside.

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From£200
PianistNewport

Stylish piano music on stunning portable white baby grand! Ask Sue for a free demo of special requests before booking.

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From£180
PianistLondon

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

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PianistAltrincham

Pianist/Keyboardist/Vocalist with a wide repertoire, range of styles and experience in a multitude of solo and group contexts.

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From£180
PianistLondon

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

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PianistLondon

Recitalist, chamber musician, soloist, accompanist, organist

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From£200
PianistLondon

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

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From£300
PianistLondon

Graduate of the Guildhall School of Music & Drama in Piano Performance.

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From£400
PianistLondon

Hi, I am a concert pianist and piano teacher living in South West London, I love my profession. I teach privately and at the RCM (JD)

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From£295
PianistPeterborough

Contemporary Pop/Rock/Indie piano player for background entertainment. Suitable for Weddings, Functions and Corporate events.

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PianistLondon

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

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PianistLondon

Award-winning soloist/accompanist; GSMD graduate; experienced performer e.g. Barbican, London, universities, music societies, Cunard ships.

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PianistLondon

Irish pianist, Gary Beecher is based in London and has a varied career as a song accompanist, chamber musician and soloist.

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From£160
PianistLondon

Multi-award winning jazz pianist and composer, Jacky is in high demand nationally as a performer, sideman and improviser.

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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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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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