Piano removals and piano storage in London

Piano Removals London

Expert Piano Removals provides fully insured upright and grand piano transport service in and around London.

Expert Piano Removals provides all our customers with quality guaranteed; personalised and friendly piano moving service and we offer the best in piano transport time flexibility, price and safety for your beloved piano.

We love the people and the great city of London and we try very hard to please, we try our hardest to schedule piano moves at days and times that best suit you. We transport pianos for London's finest piano showrooms and to and from the London piano auction.

In London we also specialise in unusual piano moves, so if you have a difficult staircase, odd driveway or the piano needs to go in, or come out using a window as an access or exit point then we can help. We are also available 7 days a week.

We also do nationwide and international piano removals from London, so if your London based piano needs moving to Manchester, Scotland, or to the continent, then we can do this for you.

 

Expert Piano Removals offers our own climatically controlled piano storage facility in our head office area in Cheshire where pianos can be stored during moves. If needed pianos can safely be kept in long-term storage.

Expert Piano Removals is a piano only moving specialist. All our staff are fully trained in heavy lift removals and we come fully prepared with the latest and safest equipment.

We cover all areas of London, specifically, Chelsea, Mayfair, Stratford, Wembley, St Albans, Croydon, Woking, Twickenham, Bromley, Romford and cities around greater London such as Reading, Maidstone and Chelmsford.

All our work is fully guaranteed, both your piano and your satisfaction are very safe with us.

If you are looking for fast, reliable and efficient piano removals in or around London, or to take your piano from London to he rest of the world then please call us on 0800 633 5365.

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London's Music Scene

London has a huge music and arts scene owing to the fact that it is one of the greatest capital cities in the world! It is not surprising then that London has a lot to do with pianos in piano history and also in modern times.

London was the home to most of Britain's piano makers, such as Broadwood, the oldest piano maker in the world, Chappell pianos, Challen pianos, Welmar pianos and also even home to Bechstein which were being made in London after World War Two due to the rebuilding of Bechstein's Berlin factory.


There are a huge amount of piano shops in London that would inspire every pianist. Piano makers such as Bluthner, Steinway (who also have their own music hall) and Yamaha all have their own dedicated stores whilst Schimmel, Bechstein and Petrof all have their own specialist representatives in the form of piano dealers dotted around the capital.

There are also huge venues for classical music and ballet around the city. Situated in Covent garden is the world famous Royal Opera House. The Royal Opera is one of the world's leading opera companies. Some of the worlds most famous singers have performed here and it is certainly a place to visit if you are interested in classical music.

Along with the Royal Opera House is the Royal Albert Hall, a grade 1 listed building in the heart of London, built in 1871 to to host concerts, exhibitions and performances from around the world to the people of London. The hall hosts many piano recitals and recently been a venue for one of Lang Lang's performances, one of the most famous pianists of our time.

Music in London is not all classical however, the Southbank centre, right in the heart of the city of London, hosts the only international piano competition to be held in the city. Bringing pianists from around the world to the inspiring London's Southbank for incredible performances.

If it is jazz you prefer venues such as Ronnie Scott's, Vortex, 606 Club and Jazz Café offer regular world class performances by some of the world finest jazz musicians, historically making London one of the worlds hot beds for jazz music.