JC London Pianist for Hire.

A London pianist for hire with an eye watering repertoire & high level experience. Perfect for private functions & weddings, public events, bars & restaurants.


JC is a London pianist for hire with possibly the largest repertoire we have witnessed.

He is in high demand for all kinds of events as a solo artist and he is resident pianist at a number of top London hotels.

His past corporate clients include BP, PricewaterhouseCoopers, PepsiCo Inc., Christie’s and Louis Vuitton. He has played to a huge array of very high profile guests including the Queen and other members of the royal family. He has regularly performed at Kensington Palace, St. Jame’s Palace and other high profile venues including The Ritz, Claridge’s & Somerset House.

JC is also available for hire as a wedding pianist. With sufficient notice he will be happy to play specific songs for your big day.

JC also plays at other private functions and is just as happy playing in a small private setting as he is in a grand venue.

JC the Jazz pianist

When he is not performing as a pianist for events he works with his own jazz groups. As a highly acclaimed jazz pianist he has led his ensembles at many important jazz festivals and venues across the country and beyond. His appearances include the London Jazz Festival, Vortex Jazz Club, Pizza Express Jazz Club Soho, Manchester Jazz Festival, Love Supreme Jazz Festival, Derry Jazz Festival and many more. Across Europe he has played at SambaFest in Gdansk Poland, Openair St. Gallen Festival in Switzerland and many, many more.

JC’s music qualifications

JC has a Bachelor of Music degree from The University of Manchester and a Master of Arts in performance from the Royal Academy of Music.

JC has worked with Yes Entertainment for several years and has always provided an outstanding service to our clients.


If you are looking for a London pianist for hire for a private event, or to provide live music in your venue then JC is certainly one of the best in town!


Cocktail / Jazz / Great American Songbook

A foggy day

A nightingale sang in Berkeley Square

After you’ve gone

Ain’t misbehavin

Almost like being in love

As time goes by

At last

Autumn leaves

Besame mucho

Cheek to cheek

Close to you

Come fly with me

Danny Boy (Londonderry Air)

Dream a little dream of me

Embraceable you

Falling in love with love

Fly me to the moon

Get happy

Girl from ipanema

Have you met miss jones

I get a kick out of you

I got rhythm

I only have eyes for you

I’ve got the world on a string

I’ve got you under my skin

I’ve never been in love before

In the wee small hours of the morning

It had to be you

It’s only a paper moon

Let there be love

Let’s do it (let’s fall in love)

Let’s face the music and dance

Let’s fall in love

Let’s stay together

Love for sale

Love is a many splendored thing

Mack the knife


Moon river

Moonlight serenade

More I see you, the

My way

Night and day

On the street where you live

On the sunny side of the street

One for my baby (and one more for the road)

Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps

Satin doll



Smoke gets in your eyes

Someday my prince will come

Someone to watch over me

Somewhere over the rainbow


Stompin’ at the Savoy


Take Five

Take the ‘A’ train

Taking a chance on love

Tea for two

They can’t take that away from me


Way you look tonight (the)

What a difference a day made

What a wonderful world

When I fall in love


Wrap your troubles in dreams

You are the sunshine of my life

You make me feel so young

Maple Leaf Rag

The Entertainer Charleston


I dreamed a dream (Les Miserables)

Circle of life (Lion King)

Can you feel the love tonight (Lion King)

Memory (Cats)

When she loved me (Toy Story 2)

When you wish upon a star (Pinocchio)

The Sound of music (Edelweiss, My favourite things)

Film themes

Cinema Paradiso

King’s Speech


American Beauty

Forrest Gump

Schindler’s List

Love Actually (Glasgow Love Theme)

Spirited Away

Frozen (Let it go)

Titanic (My heart will go on)

James Bond (All the time in the world, what a wonderful world) Grease (hopelessly devoted to you)


Alicia Keys ­ Fallin, If I ain’t got you

John Legend ­ All of me, ordinary people

Adele ­ Turning tables, All I ask, chasing pavements, hello, make you feel my love, rolling in the deep, someone like you

Coldplay ­ fix you, the scientist

Norah Jones ­ Don’t know why

Beatles ­ Hey Jude, Yesterday

Michael Jackson ­ Heal the world

Elvis ­ Love me tender

Queen ­ Bohemian rhapsody

Stevie Wonder ­ Isn’t she lovely, you are the sunshine of my life

Little Anthony & the Imperials ­ tears on my pillow

Passenger ­ let her go

John Lennon ­ Imagine

Muse ­ Feeling good

Simon & Garfunkel ­ bridge over troubled water

Robbie Williams ­ Angels

Bee Gees ­ how deep is your love

OneRepublic ­ counting stars

Eagles ­ hotel California

Procol harum ­ a whiter shade of pale

Eric Clapton ­ wonderful tonight

Leonard Cohen ­ Hallelujiah

Amy Winehouse ­ our day will come

Elton John ­ your song

Burt Bacharach ­ What the world needs now, close to you, the look of love Al Green ­ Let’s stay together


Bach ­ Jesu joy of man’s desiring, Air on a G string

Beethoven ­ Sonata no. 8 II “Pathétique”, Fur Elise, Moonlight Sonata

Borodin ­ Nocturne (theme from String Quartet no.2)

Brahms ­ Waltz

Chopin ­ Nocturne in Eb major, Prelude in Db “Raindrop”, Tristesse Etude op.10 no.3,

Prelude op. 28 no.7

Elgar ­ Nimrod from Enigma variations

Debussy ­ Claire De Lune

Faure ­ Pavane

Liszt ­ Liebestraum

Edward McDowell ­ To a wild rose (from woodland sketches)

Massenet ­ Meditation from Thais

Mendelssohn ­ O, for the wings of a dove, On wings of song

Puccini ­ O, my beloved Father

Gounod based on Bach ­ Ave Maria

Holst ­ Jupiter from the planets (I vow to thee, my country) Handel ­ selections from water music

Saint­Saens ­ The Swan from Carnival of the animals

Schubert ­ Ave Maria, Serenade, Theme from the Unfinished symphony

Schumann ­ Traumerei

Tchaikovsky ­ theme from Romeo and Juliet, theme from Swan Lake, waltz from Swan Lake

Strauss ­ The blue danube, wine women and song Satie ­ Gymnopodie no.1

Wedding / Other Special Events

Wagner ­ Bridal Chorus (here comes the bride) *traditional processional

Mendelssohn ­ Wedding March from a Midsummer night’s dream *traditional recessional Pachelbel ­ Canon

The anniversary waltz

The anniversary song

Happy birthday

Cliff Richard ­ Congratulations & celebrations

Hava nagila

Auld Lang Sye


Baby It’s Cold Outside

Frosty The Snowman

Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas

I Saw Mommy Kissing Santa Claus

Jingle Bells

Jingle­Bell Rock

Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Let It Snow! Rockin’ Around The Christmas Tree

Rudolph The Red­Nosed Reindeer

Santa Baby

Santa Claus Is Coming To Town

The Christmas Song [Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire]

Walking in the air (from The Snowman)

We Wish You A Merry Christmas

What Are You Doing New Year’s Eve?

White Christmas

Winter Wonderland

Angels We Have Heard On High

Deck The Hall

Ding Dong! Merrily On High!

God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen

Good Christian Men Rejoice

Good King Wenceslas

Hark! The Herald Angels Sing Joy To The World

O Come, All Ye Faithful

O Holy Night

Silent Night

The First Noel

The Holly And The Ivy

We Three Kings Of Orient Are


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