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Jenna Atias I have over 20 years of experience as a piano soloist and piano accompanist. My extensiv...
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Vincent Howard I've played the piano for nearly 40 years. I can read, write, and produce music very well...
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Juan Pablo Horcasitas I've worked as an accompanist for recognized singers and instrumentalists for more than 10...
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Tatiana Loisha 17 years of experience as a piano accompanist with singers and instrumentalists. I play p...
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Accompanist Spotlight - Emmanuel Waldron
Emmanuel Waldron - Pianist

Congratulations to Emmanuel Waldron who has been chosen to feature in our first Accompanist Spotlight.

An award-winning solo pianist, accompanist, keyboardist, tutor, composer, arranger, artist, and producer.

These are some of the attributes of Emmanuel Waldron who recently played for Her Majesty The Queen & HRH Duke Of Edinburgh, and HRH Prince Of Wales & HRH Duchess Of Cornwall.  He’s a musician with vast solo playing & band experience who plays many musical genres including Jazz, Gospel, Blues, Soul, Pop, R’n’B, Rock, Indie, and Classical.

Emmanuel plays at various events in the UK and internationally as a solo pianist and an accompanist/band member. He also plays for weddings and corporate and special events (see website details below).

Emmanuel has two spontaneously recorded solo piano albums to his name, ‘Portrait Of A Journey’ (2000) and ‘Still Waters’ (2009). Both albums, which are available on iTunes, can be described as a real good mix of Jazz, Gospel, Blues, and Classical, and as solo piano albums go, they are very soulful!

Currently, Emmanuel is in the studio arranging, recording and producing his third album, which will feature singers & musicians and is due for release in the summer.

Emmanuel is an international workshop facilitator and piano tutor, having taught and conducted piano (Gospel/Jazz) and band workshops across most of Europe, USA and Trinidad (Caribbean).

For more details on the services he provides and his products (CDs & DVDs) and upcoming projects and events please go to his website www.emmanuelwaldron.co.uk.


admin on March 22 2011 10:14:18 Post Comment · 0 Comments · 5488 Reads
Accompanist Spotlight - your chance to feature on our homepage!

Here at PianoAccompanists.com we are planning a series of spotlight articles featuring the profiles of our accompanist members. If you would like to be featured on our homepage with a photograph and article about your work, repertoire, thoughts, biography or anything else you would like to share, please let us know.

For more information, please contact us at:

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Please include the words 'Artist Spotlight' in your email title, and let us know a little about yourself. If we decide to include you in our 'Spotlight' series then we'll be in touch soon. It is not necessary to send us the contents of the article to begin with - artists will be emailed with a request for more information if they are successful in their application.


admin on December 01 2010 13:07:45 Post Comment · 1 Comments · 5109 Reads
PianoAccompanists.com - a truly global directory of professional musicians
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It is now almost four months since we introduced a brand new version of PianoAccompanists.com featuring a whole host of new features. We have had a significant amount of overwhelmingly positive feedback from our users, and have had requests for even more great features to help accompanists promote themselves, and of course to help instrumentalists find accompanists. We have been working hard to bring you these features - so here is a sample of what we came up with:

  • Support for every country in the world - Previously membership of pianoaccompanists.com was limited to 16 countries around the world. We have changed this to include every country. Our previous system was based upon a postcode search system. We have now expanded our search engine to cater for countries which do not have reliable postcode information available. We sincerely hope that this makes PianoAccompanists.com into an even more international resource.

  • Search Engine Enhancements - When we first released our brand new beta search engine in January, there were a few little things which we thought we could improve upon still. We have made the keyword search system more intuitive, so that it overrides other search criteria in the case of an exact name match. This makes it easier to locate a specific pianist whom you know to be on this site. We have also introduced an 'ALL COUNTRIES' search option - a feature which many of our members requested.

  • Sibling Sites - You might have noticed a column of new links along the left hand site of our site. These are a brand new set of music websites aimed at providing a similar search/profile based service for musicians other than accompanists. We know how often musicians are in need of a website to promote their career – this, however can be expensive and the results can be of varying quality. By providing dedicated websites for each instrumental category, we hope to make it easy for musicians to promote themselves without the difficulty and expense of hiring a web developer.

  • Chamber Music Website - We have also created a great new website for chamber groups at www.ChamberGroups.com. Like the sibling sites mentioned above, it runs on the same server / codebase as PianoAccompanists.com, but is tailor-made for chamber groups, duos and ensembles of every kind. Most accompanists are involved in chamber music too, so why not take a look today?

We hope that you continue to find PianoAccompanists.com to be a useful resource. We plan to expand our membership internationally in the hope that we can build the world's foremost directory of professional pianists. If you have any questions or feedback about the website, why not drop us an email?


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