Wedding Pianists for hire in St Albans

Hire a pianist in St Albans for your wedding today. Whatever type of wedding you're planning, we have 800 of the most professional acts right here for you to choose from.

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383 musicians in or around St Albans
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PianistHemel Hempstead(5 mi)

I am an accomplished pianist with many years of experience. Have a repertoire of over 500 songs from pop to jazz standards.

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PianistKings Langley(5 mi)

Pianist, Singer, Composer and Arranger based in Manchester, with an additional North London base

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PianistWatford(7 mi)

I play keyboards in a covers band called Marchant. We cover iconic material mostly from the 70s and 80s and some up to date stuff too.

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PianistBarnet(8 mi)

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

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From£200
PianistLuton(9 mi)

Hi, I'm a highly experienced Pianist, with a repertoire that's perfect for weddings, private events. I'm new to using this platform.

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PianistChesham(11 mi)

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£280
PianistLondon(11 mi)

Daniel is a one-of-a-kind all rounder pianist, singer, entertainer performing many styles and also in many languages.

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PianistLondon(12 mi)

Jazz Pianist and Bassist in London, UK. Studying Jazz, looking for gigs

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PianistHarrow(12 mi)

Accompanist, soloist, composer and Jazz pianist. Many years experience providing outstanding music and as versatile as you can get.

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PianistUxbridge(12 mi)

Anita- Conservatoire trained pianist, vocalist, accompanist and teacher. Classical, Pop, Blues, Opera, Background, Ceilidh, Folk.

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PianistRuislip(13 mi)

I am a passionate and professionally minded musician, pianist, music producer & composer seeking a challenging music industry position

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PianistLondon(13 mi)

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

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PianistLondon(13 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(13 mi)

Accompanist, Soloist, Chamber Musician based in London. Also interested in Contemporary Music and collaborations with composers.

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PianistLondon(13 mi)

Hello! My name is Raphael Stoker and I'm from West London. I am a talented and hard working pianist with a large and diverse repertoire.

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PianistLondon(14 mi)

Musician and producer that has been making a name for himself on the scene for a number of years now. Just trying to get out there more!

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PianistLondon(14 mi)

Hi! I am a professional musician,multi-instrumentalist(mainly piano/violin),composer/arranger and experienced music teacher based in London.

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PianistLondon(14 mi)

I am a classically trained and experienced pianist and folk piano, piano accordion and Irish whistle player.

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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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