Romantic Piano Wedding & Event Pianist

Romantic Piano Wedding & Event Pianist

Contact Information

  • 40 Mountford Drive
    Sutton Coldfield, West Midlands B75 6TA
  • Phone: View Phone
  • Mobile: 07742 880 186
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About Christopher

Established in 1997, Romantic Piano is presented by Christopher Langdown MMus(RCM), GRSM(Hons),

DipRCM(PfT), ARCM(PfP), ARCM(PG), FISM. Christopher graduated with Distinction from the

renowned Royal College of Music in London and has since performed at over 2,000 events throughout the

UK and abroad. Acclaimed by the Press as a “world–class” musician, he has won several awards and has

broadcast for radio and TV internationally. A highly experienced musician, Christopher has provided

music for celebrities and the Royal Family, and was invited to play in the Oscar–winning piano movie

“Shine”. Christopher is based in the Midlands and accepts bookings throughout the UK.


No Piano? No Problem

If your venue doesn’t have a piano available, Christopher can bring along a portable keyboard which sounds

just like a grand piano – in fact all of the 100 audio samples on the website were recorded using this

instrument, so why not listen for yourself? Alternatively, if you want something really classy for your special

occasion, Christopher can supply his digital baby grand piano.


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