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Luca Dimitri

from£280

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Luca is one of our most popular pianists in London and the South East and in high demand at wedding receptions and parties. He plays upbeat, finger-clicking pop songs that everyone knows and loves, and at a volume your guests talk over.

Luca gained international experience from his time spent playing live for Cunard Line ships, which enabled him to travel the globe. Since returning from his time abroad Luca has worked with artists in London such as Leo Ihenacho (The Voice, The Streets) and 80s pop band Modern Romance.

Aside from performing at private events, he works as a session musician and arranger specialising in pop, jazz and musical theatre.

Very professional & a great musician! Jonathan Ross, Corporate Event

Luca can be seen performing solo piano at hotels across the South, such as The Wellesley (Hyde Park), The Grosvenor (Park Lane) & South Lodge (West Sussex).

He has also had the privilege of performing at Ronnie Scott’s, the Isle of Wight Festival and was the musical director for The Graduate UK Jobs award show hosted by Jonathan Ross!

Luca owns his own high quality stage piano and PA system, in case your venue can’t provide a piano.

A true professional, he is always friendly, positive and well-dressed and will do his utmost to ensure you hear all the right songs at all the right moments.

Performance info

Line-up Solo piano
Performance duration 2 x 60 minute sets
Interval music Yes (included in price)

Booking options

Add male or female vocals
Add £215
Add guitar, drums, sax and trumpet
Add £860

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