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Wedding Pianist at Chapel, Cardiff

Are you considering hiring Chapel in Cardiff for your wedding venue?

Chapel 1877 is one of the most superb wedding venues Cardiff has on offer. The building itself is very impressive and steeped in history. The venue is situated in the heart of Cardiff city centre, so it will be easy for you and guests to find. Being in the city centre there are lots of hotels nearby for your guests to stay the night if they are traveling from afar. You can hire the upper floor gallery or the Churchill suite – both have cosy atmospheres and warmth. Rarely you will find such an intimate wedding venue in Cardiff with such character. The great thing about having your wedding here in Chapel 1877 is that they are award winning in their cuisine so you will not be disappointed with the food quality.

Would you like to hire a piano player in Cardiff to play for your wedding meal in Chapel 1877 in Cardiff?

Matthew Clayton is a fantastic wedding pianist based in Cardiff who can play wonderful romantic background music accompanying your wedding meal. He has a great repertoire of wedding piano music that can take your special day to the next level. There is nothing better than having a live pianist at your wedding. Matthew can also learn songs of your choosing to play at your wedding. He is very popular with a full schedule so it is worth enquiring as soon as you have a date set in mind to check upon his availability. Matthew is very reasonably priced and charges around £150 for a booking. Matthew not only plays piano for weddings in Cardiff, but he also plays all over South Wales and even across the bridge in Bristol.

To get in touch with Matthew today, Please contact 07967 836011 or email at

Matthew will get back to you within 24 hours and provide you with a free non obligatory quote.

What if there is no piano at the wedding venue in Cardiff?

This is not a problem as 90% of the wedding venues Matthew plays in Cardiff do not have a piano- he brings his top of the range electric piano and amplifier. As long as there is a power supply near to the area Matthew will be playing, there will not be a problem.

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