Piano removals and piano storage in Leeds
Expert Piano Removals provides fully insured upright and grand piano moving service, we are proud to look after Leeds and the surrounding towns and areas of West Yorkshire.
Expert Piano Removals provides all our customers with a personalised and friendly piano moving service and we offer the best in piano transport timescales, price and safety for your beloved piano in or around Leeds. We understand that a piano can have huge sentimental value to a family and can be one of the most expensive items in the home of a concert pianist. We transport all piano makes and even some of the most expensive pianos in the world to Leeds including, Bluthner, Petrof, Steinway and Schimmel. We also ensure that our piano transport to, in and around Leeds is the most cost effective.
All our staff are highly trained in heavy lift piano removals, and we come to you fully prepared with all the latest equipment designed to protect your home, and piano. We easily move pianos upstairs or over and around any obstacles.
We cover all areas in and around Leeds including piano removals in areas such as Beeston, Bradford, Harrogate, Huddersfield, Halifax, Doncaster, Wakefield, Dewsbury, Barnsley, Roundhay, Moortown and Holbeck. We are happy to arrange piano transport no matter how out of the way you may think your grand or upright piano may be.
We offer our piano moving service 7 days a week and can also arrange to work outside of normal hours.
No piano removal job is too big or too small so don't hesitate to contact us on 0800 633 5365.
The music scene in Leeds
Leeds is a vibrant, modern city in the heart of Yorkshire and is the third largest city in the UK. There are three universities and with over 250,000 students the city of Leeds has one of the largest student populations in the country.
Leeds is home to the Grand Theatre, where Opera North is based, an award winning national Opera company. The Opera company have a large production calander and have a dedicated following from people from across the North of England and beyond. They perform within the Howard assembley room and also have a rehersal space in the venue. The original Assembly Rooms opened at the Leeds Grand Theatre in 1879.
For most of the 20th century the venue operated as a cinema, including a brief 'flash' showing adult films in the 1970s.
The venue was then renovated from 2007-2009 and the Howard Assembly Room reopened in January 2009 as a flexible and eclectic arts venue programmed by Opera North.
Leeds is also home to the international concert season which focuses on live orchestral music and takes place in Leeds Town Hall - the festival is a great introduction to classical music for those who do not know if it is right for them! The city of Leeds is also home to the famous Leeds Festival (partneded with the Reading festival) each year huge names play the main stage and hundreds of thousands of people visit.
Back to the classical music, there is also the Leeds Philharmonic Chorus which has over 100 performing members and are often promoted with the BBC. The Chorus not only performs in Leeds town hall but also travels the country to venues such as the Royal Albert Hall.