Wedding Pianist

Wedding Pianist
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  • Brixton, London
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  • Mobile: 07837987755
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I play lots of jazz and latin standards, a bit of classical (Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, Debussy, Satie - 6 pieces) and I am happy to learn a song for your event.

more details and Lots of video, audio, repertoire list etc.. on my website:

He plays piano during the lunch or dinner, or during canapés, and he also can learn songs requested by the bride or groom for the wedding ceremony. 


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