Piano Hire in Chester

Hire-A-Piano has the best selection of pianos in the North West and pride ourselves on our service and all piano hire includes transportation to and from the location, piano stool and tuning to A440 standards

We have over 30 years in the Piano trade you can rest assured that hiring a piano from us couldn’t be any easier. We have a selection of grand pianos and upright pianos available for long or short term hire, suitable for weddings, concerts, school productions, corporate events, music festivals, private functions and more.

Call or text Harry on 07726 888 888
Email info@thepianoman.co.uk
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We can deliver and set up your chosen piano in Chester at the venue of your choice including surrounding areas such as: Beeston, Burton-in-Wirral, Capenhurst, Christleton, Clotton, Coddington, Dodleston, Farndon, Great Barrow, Ince, Kelsall, Mickle Trafford, Puddington, Saughall, Tarporley, Tarvin, Tattenhall and Waverton
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Pianos for hire

Grand Pianos:
Yamaha Baby Grand Black
Yamaha C3 Black
Yamaha C5 Black
Yamaha G2 White

Upright Pianos:

Yamaha U1 Black
Yamaha U3 Black
Yamaha P121 Beech

About Chester

Chester was founded as a “castrum” or Roman fort with the name Deva Victrix in AD 79 by the Roman Legio II Adiutrix during the reign of the Emperor Vespasian. Central Chester’s four main roads, Eastgate, Northgate, Watergate and Bridgegate, follow routes laid out at this time – almost 2,000 years ago. One of the three main Roman army camps, Deva later became a major settlement in the Roman province of Britannia. The Roman Empire fell over 300 years later, and the Romano-British established a number of petty kingdoms in its place. Chester is thought to have become part of Powys. King Arthur is said to have fought his ninth battle at the “city of the legions” (Caerlleon) and later St Augustine came to the city to try to unite the church, and held his synod with the Welsh Bishops. In 616, Æthelfrith of Northumbria defeated a Welsh army at the Battle of Chester, and probably established the Anglo-Saxon position in the area from then on. (source: Wikipedia)