Peregrine's Pianos Piano Hire

Peregrine's Pianos Piano Hire

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  • 137A Grays Inn Road .
    Lambeth, London WC1X 8TU
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From our prominent shop on Grays Inn Road we offer a professional and efficient piano hire service, which is both reliable and professional. We are regularly installing our fine upright and grand pianos to venues not only throughout the capital, but further afield too. Our instruments are looked after by a team of professionally trained piano tuners and technicians, and our removal people are experts in their work.

For concert and event hire we can provide instruments for wedding receptions, recitals, corporate functions, photographic shoots, recording sessions, television production sets (specific sets, periods and circumstances) or for location operatic rehearsals. Our pianos have appeared in many high-profile television programmes and in some of the finest feature films Prices start from £ 320 plus VAT

For domestic hire we have modern upright and grand pianos suited to home use. We have numerous pianos on hire around South East England and our six month contract provides the option to purchase; rates start from just £50 per month.


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Muzio Clementi

Muzio Clementi 23 January 1752 to 10 March 1832 was an Italian-born British composer, pianist, pedagogue, conductor, music publisher, editor, and piano manufacturer. who was the son of a silversmith? the piano firm Clementi eventually became Collard and Collard.

He was encouraged to study music by his father, Muzio was sponsored as a young composer by Sir Peter Beckford who brought him to England to advance his studies in music. Later, he toured Europe numerous times from his long-standing base in London. It was on one of these occasions, in 1781, that he engaged in a piano competition with Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Clementi published a highly respected piano method which even Beethoven endorsed him, sending pupils along to Clementi.