Tuition and performance fees are reviewed annually in accordance with Musicians' Union guidelines.
Instrumental and Theory Tuition Rate
£38.50 per hour pro rata
Applies to individual and small group face to face or online lessons. Whole class and large ensemble direction to be negotiated up to reflect additional preparation time.
Piano Accompanying Rate for
£46.50 (Grade 1-5)
£69.75 (Grade 6-7)
£93 (Grade 8+)
Inclusive of one rehearsal and aural practice prior to exam or performance day, all time spent learning the parts, all time and mileage on the day. Additional rehearsals are charged at standard teaching rate by request.
Schools and Concerts Rate
£95 per day
Inclusive of rehearsal and concert on the same day. Covers all services as a performer, as well as working as a conductor or an accompanist.
£222 per day (pro rata)
Maximum 5 hour day, increased to reflect additional preparation time and resources provided.
Drinks Reception: £320
Ceremony & Drinks Reception Combo Deal: £380
Ceremony, Drinks Reception & Wedding Breakfast Combo Deal: £550
Don't see the package that's right for you? Please get in touch!
All ceremony packages include music for seating of guests, music for procession, two pieces for signing the register and music for recession. For all other sets, please let me know your preferred style and I will create a bespoke set list for you and your guests to enjoy. If there is a particular piece that is special to you that does not appear on my lists, please enquire as I can usually obtain or arrange a piece of music for a small fee.
Proposals, Corporate Events and Other Performing Fees
Short performance (<15 mins) £75
Up to 1 hour £180
Up to 2 hours £280
Up to 3 hours £340
Up to 4 hours £550
All prices include as much advance email/phone consultation as necessary, set-up time, and high quality live music to make your event memorable.
Recording Session Fees
£50 short session (1 hour)
£100 medium session (2 hours)
£130 standard session (3 hours)
£194.40 long session (4 hours)
£0.55 per mile
These rates factor all the financial obligations of being self-employed, such as holiday pay, sick pay, pension contributions and parental leave. They are recommended minimums and should be used as a starting point for negotiating rates where work involves additional travel, increased preparation time or greater responsibility.