London Wedding Pianist For Hire

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Wedding Pianist London

Bryan Edery is an experienced wedding pianist, offering beautiful piano music for your wedding ceremony, drinks receptions or wedding breakfast.

Bryan is based in London and covers London as well as the surrounding areas, such as Surrey, Essex, KentHertfordshire.

Bryan has a huge repertoire of pop songs and jazz standards. He can also learn any piece you require.

If you do not have a piano at your venue Bryan can bring his portable stage piano – or arrange for hire of a real acoustic baby grand.

To receive a quote please email [email protected]

An experienced wedding ceremony pianist

For your wedding ceremony Bryan can play songs from his repertoire - or he can learn specific requests. Here are just two examples of how Bryan plans the piano playing for his clients' wedding ceremonies.

James & Ben's wedding ceremony

For James and Ben's civil wedding ceremony at OXO2 in Tower Wharf, Bryan learnt Pachabel's Canon in D  for James' entrance. He then played Nat King Cole's Smile and Ella Fitzgerald's Dream a Little Dream of Me during James and Ben's signing of their register. For the exit Bryan learnt and performed - Don't Stop by Fleetwood Mac. With no piano available at the venue, and with a piano needing to be sited in one place for the Ceremony, and later in a different place for the Drinks Reception Bryan arranged for James and Ben to hire in a portable digital baby grand for the day - which could be moved easily between locations.

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Caption: The view over the Thames for James & Ben's wedding ceremony at OXO2.

Oiwah & Mohit's wedding ceremony

For Oiwah & Mohit's morning civil wedding ceremony in The Waldorf Hotel in Covent Garden, Bryan was able to use the venue's grand piano. Bryan played Des'ree's I'm Kissing You for Oiwah's bridal entrance, followed by Coldplay's The Scientist for the register signing, with Bruno Mars' Marry You for the bride and groom exit. Then while photos were being taken and the guests were mingling Bryan performed a selection of songs that Oiwah had chosen, which included Crazy Little Thing Called Love, Up Where We Belong, Hoppipolla, Happy and Summertime.

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Caption: Bride, Groom and Wedding Ceremony Pianist at The Waldorf, Covent Garden.

To discuss more about your piano music requirements for your wedding ceremony please email [email protected] or call 07956 594512.

A pianist to entertain at your wedding reception

Playing the piano at a wedding reception is not just limited to performing at a drinks reception after the wedding ceremony. It can cover playing during a wedding breakfast, or as guests arrive at the venue, way before the ceremony even starts.  It can also involve playing at a separate party for friends following a couple's private family wedding abroad.

Katie & Matthew's wedding breakfast

Katie & Matt chose Bryan to play the piano during their wedding reception at Harrow School. Bryan was lucky enough to play on the school's unique Steinway, and he entertained guests with songs which Matt had pre-selected from Bryan's repertoire. The playlist covered both  jazz standards as well as popular tunes from the 1960s, 70s, 80s, 90s, 2000's and 2010's.

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Caption: The setting for Matt & Katie's wedding breakfast, Harrow School

London wedding venues Bryan has played at

Some of the London wedding venues Bryan has played at include Rivoli Ballroom, Brockley | Jazz Cafe, Camden | Waldorf Hilton, Covent Garden | Millenium Hotel, Kensington | Hampton Court House, Richmond | Zenith Optimedia, Bloomsbury | PHD Media, Fitzrovia | Wiltons Music Hall, Whitechapel | The Ivy, Covent Garden | OXO2, Tower Wharf | Haberdashers Hall, Smithfield | Shoreditch Town Hall | Dartmouth House, Mayfair | Burgh House, Hampstead | Battersea Evolution | Georgian private home, Stockwell | St Scholastica Roman Catholic Church, Hackney | Unitarian Church, Kensington | Grove House, Wandsworth | Malmaison, Clerkenwell | St. Bart’s Brewery, Smithfield | The Fable, Holborn Viaduct | Ironmonger’s Hall, Barbican | Bird of Smithfield | Museum of London, Barbican | Plaisterers’ Hall, London Wall | The Crypt at Bleeding Heart, Hatton Garden | The Brewery, Barbican | LSO St Luke’s, Old Street | The Trading House, EC2 | Stationers’ Hall, Ludgate Hill | Hawksmoor, Guildhall | The HAC, Moorgate | Coq d’Argent, Bank | The River Rooms at The Mermaid, Puddle Dock | Drapers’ Hall, EC2 | 1 Lombard Street, Bank | Andaz, Liverpool Street | Banking Hall, Cornhill | Merchant Taylors Hall, Threadneedle St | Gibson Hall, Bishopsgate | Devonshire Terrace, Bishopsgate | De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms, Great Queen Street | ME London Hotel, Strand | Bloomsbury House, Bloomsbury | The Foundling Museum, Bloomsbury | The Hospital Club, Covent Garden | Trinity House, Tower Hill | Beagle, Hoxton |BMA House, Tavistock Square | Islington Assembly Hall | Kings Place, Kings Cross | Amba Hotel, Charing Cross | The Groucho Club, Soho | One Whitehall Place, Westminster | RSA House, Charing Cross | Black Swan Studios, Bermondsey | The Soho Hotel, Soho | Banqueting House, Whitehall | Marriott Hotel, County Hall | Haymarket Hotel, Piccadilly | Sofitel London St James, Pall Mall | The Institute of Directors, Pall Mall | The In & Out, Piccadillly | Holiday Inn, Whitechapel | One Great George Street, Westminster | One Marylebone | 28 Portland Place | V&A Museum of Childhood | 41 Portland Place | Chandos House, Marylebone | RIBA Venues, Portland Place | The Town Hall Hotel, Shoreditch | York Hall, Bethnal Green | The Sheraton Grand, Park Lane | St Ermin's Hotel, Westminster | The Landsdowne Club, Mayfair | Altitude London - Sky Loft, Westminster | London Marriott Hotel, Grosvenor Square | The Wallace Collection, Manchester Square | Royal Horticultural Halls, Westminster | No.4 Hamilton Place, Mayfair | Home House, Portman Square | Hackney Town Hall | Queen Mary University of London, Stepney Green | One Belgravia, SW1..

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For an accurate quote and to check availability, please complete the form below mentioning event date; venue; what's required  e.g. piano playing at Civil Ceremony, Drinks Reception, Wedding Breakfast; particular songs wanted and whether you need Bryan's portable stage piano and speaker system.




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In a rush? Call or Email Now!

07956 594512

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Repertoire

Below is a very small selection of Bryan's repertoire.

  • A Thousand Years - Christina Perri
  • Absolute Beginners - David Bowie
  • All Of Me - John Legend
  • As Time Goes By – Dooley Wilson (Casablanca)
  • Beneath Your Beautiful - Emile Sande
  • Beautiful Day - U2
  • Cheek To Cheek - Fred Astaire
  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love - Queen
  • Don't Stop Believing - Journey
  • Don't Stop - Fleetwood Mac
  • Don't Let The Sun Go Down On Me - Elton John
  • Dream a Little Dream Of Me - Ella Fitzgerald
  • Fields Of Gold - Sting
  • Fly Me To The Moon - Frank Sinatra
  • For Your Eyes Only - Sheena Easton
  • Gold - Spandau Ballet
  • Greatest Day - Take That
  • Heroes - David Bowie
  • Hoppipolla - Sigur Ross
  • It Must Be Love - Madness
  • I'm Kissing You - Des'ree
  • Just The Way You Are - Bruno Mars
  • Married Life - Michael Giacchino (Dreamworks)
  • New York, New York - Frank Sinatra
  • Nobody Does It Better - Carly Simon
  • One Moment In Time - Whitney Houston
  • Rocket Man - Elton John
  • She's Electric - Oasis
  • Smile - Nat King Cole
  • Somewhere Only We Know - Keane
  • Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Aretha Franklin
  • Summertime - Louis Armstrong, Ella Fitzgerald
  • Sweet Caroline - Neil Diamond
  • The Bare Necessities - Phil Harris
  • The Entertainer - Scott Joplin (The Sting)
  • The Scientist - Coldplay
  • Thinking Out Loud - Ed Sheeran

See the full repertoire.