The relaxing and romantic sound of beautiful solo piano can provide perfect musical accompaniment for your wedding ceremony or reception.
Performances include a range of styles, featuring original and beautiful compositions, choice selections from the delightful and melodic music of the world’s most popular living pianist composer, Ludovico Einaudi and much more.
• “contemporary pianist virtuoso” Line of Best Fit
With regular bookings in venues such as Adelaide Convention Centre, Chateau Tanunda and other wedding and function venues, Rich Batsford performs across the state of South Australia and beyond, presenting music that’s relaxing, beautiful and sophisticated, yet easy to enjoy.
“Perfect tunes for our wedding reception - the music was soulful & beautiful. Guests commented on Rich’s performance. Will be recommending him for sure.” Sophia
Rich also features carefully chosen selections from the wonderfully warm and delightfully melodic music of the world’s most popular living composer, Ludovico Einaudi.
Recently, Rich’s beguiling original compositions have been broadcast a number of times on ABC Classic FM, but its not only classically influenced music you will hear from Rich as romantic TV and Film Themes, jazz standards, classical & sixties favourites ensure there’s plenty for all to enjoy.
Please enjoy this sampler of Rich performing his unique and original compositions, and here performing highlights of the music of Ludovico Einaudi.
Don’t worry if your venue doesn't have a piano on site, Rich also plays a portable and independently powered Roland FP4 digital piano with a wonderful sound, featuring inbuilt speakers suitable for smaller venues and very easy to amplify for the larger occasion.
“As a wedding photographer, I see a lot of different musicians and artists and can say with all honesty you rank alongside the best pianists I've ever heard. All the guests commented on how the music created a wonderful atmosphere.” Steve and Sarah
Rich delivered just what we wanted and we'd recommend him to any of our friends who were getting married." Dr Andy Pryke and Huma Haider