PianoAccompanists.com is a website specifically designed for
professional accompanists. We provide a database of locally searchable
accompanists so that event organisers, fixers, students and those in need of
tuition can find an accompanist with minimal
difficulty. Members of our site can create a fully flexible online profile with
all the functionality of an typical artist website - including photo gallery, audio/video samples
and other media which are essential to the online promotion of today's concert artists and
other music professionals.
We offer two levels of membership, standard and professional. Standard membership is
completely free and allows the user to create an online presence (indexed by Google
and other search engines) and also be found by searching within our site. Professional
membership encompasses a whole host of more advanced features, including the ability to
host audio and video recordings, a diary, photo gallery, repertoire list, discography
PianoAccompanists.com is one of a group of music profile websites created by a group of students from
Trinity College of Music and the Royal Academy of Music in London.
As musicians ourselves, we understand the need for today's musicians to project a strong and
professional online presence. We sincerely hope that PianoAccompanists.com will be of use in enabling you
to achieve such a presence. If you have any comments, enquiries or suggestions, please feel free
to contact us here.
We never share your details with any third party. Your email address will only be used to send you important
communications from PianoAccompanists.com.
Terms and Conditions
Additional details relating to PianoAccompanists.com, including legal information, can be found on our Terms and Conditions page.
We guarantee a full refund if you cancel your Professional Membership subscription within 14 days of receipt of payment.
Customer Service Contact Information
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We can also be contacted via our customer service helpine: