PIANISTS

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“Spellbinding. Uncanny. Genius.” Times. Independent. Guardian.

Possibly the world’s top improvising pianist – Harry’s virtuosity and creativity know no bounds. His reception or dinner show includes spontaneous medleys of audience requests, mind-boggling musical trickery, playing upside-down and much more. 

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"With an incredible ability to switch from Gershwin to David Bowie... she will inject any private party with sophistication. Natasha Panas is worth singing about." Elle Magazine

Natasha's glorious voice and vast repertoire encompassing pop, soul, jazz, swing, lounge, show tunes and much more make her a must-have for any elegant private party. Natasha is happy preparing and taking requests on the night, and performing for singalongs if requested!

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“F***ing amazing!” Rod Stewart

Sharply tailored suits, swaggering vocals and swinging piano style... singer-pianist Anthony Strong never fails to entertained audiences at his live shows around the world. Fresh takes on jazz standards and classics, through to early Stevie Wonder and Motown.

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“The best blues piano player in Europe.” Blue Access, USA

Paddy Milner is one of the world's most respected blues pianists, having won the British Blues Awards in 2012 and 2015. His band (3-piece upwards) plays classic rock ‘n’ roll and blues with incredible rhythmic feel, great for dancing or as a gentler set for background music.

CLASSICAL

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"Her talent shone. She has an exquisite purity of tone and an abundance of colour in the lower registers, and is definitely a singer to watch." The Scotsman

Scottish operatic soprano Amelia Knight made her grand-scale debut to 10.5 million viewers at the 2007 Royal Variety Performance for Her Majesty The Queen, where she presented a solo act and also duetted with singer Seal.