Book piano practice rooms in London
Local piano rooms in London
Want to find a local piano you can hire for an hour or two when you feel in the mood to practice? Or do you have a regular weekly rehearsal planned with a couple other people? On Tutti, we have lots of pianos you can rent per hour, from little studios with just enough space for you and the piano, to large practice rooms with a grand piano. Plenty of space for you and your group to practice, socially distanced, with the piano of your dreams. Here is a collection of the more than 100 pianos we have available to hire per hour across London.
Top rooms with grand pianos in London
Piano studios London
Need to find a piano in London you can hire for an hour or two but don’t know where to start your search? Or maybe you want to start a weekly piano rehearsal schedule? Tutti has you covered with a list of piano practise rooms across greater London - from large venues with a grand piano and space to fit a band to soundproof rooms with recording equipment and small budget friendly rooms ideal for one.
Why hire a piano practise room in London?
There are many reasons to consider booking a piano practise room in London - it’s a great way to prioritise your music and make sure you stay committed to your practise. It also offers a distraction free space to prepare for an upcoming performance or exam, and it means you don’t need to invest in expensive equipment or worry about disturbing others while you play.
The benefit of hiring a piano in London is the great choice of venues depending on your requirements. The Royal College of Music in Westminster offer The Parry Rooms with beautiful wood panelling for a stunning backdrop when recording, The Coaching Room at the National Opera Studio in Wandsworth is a small room with grand piano perfect for individual practice. If you’re looking for a practise room for two people, Studio 4 at Renaissance Piano Centre has two upright pianos. They also offer to arrange any chosen piano in any studio with advanced notice.
Checklist for hiring a London piano room
What type of instrument do you require? You’ll likely already know whether you need a grand piano, an upright piano, or an electric keyboard, and you can narrow down your search when browsing Tutti’s listings by adding your specific requirements to your search.
If you know exactly what type of piano you want, you can use Tutti's open search to find a Bösendorfer, Yamaha, or Steinway.
How much space do you need? Many piano practise rooms in London offer small, private rooms perfect for one person. If you need a larger practise room to rehearse with other musicians then check out venues like the Vortex Jazz Club in Dalston, Toulouse Lautrec in Lambeth, and Vanbrugh Studio in Greenwich are all great options. Make sure to check the maximum occupancy with the host before you book.
What’s your budget? If you are on a tight budget then you’ll find plenty of quality piano rooms available in the outer London boroughs at a cheaper rate than those for hire in zones 1 and 2. To find a convenient piano room in the city you can use Tutti’s advanced search tools to choose which tube line or bus route you want to be near.
What time of day do you want to practise? If you’re only available to play outside of work hours or want to stay late into the night, then it’s best to carefully check the practise room opening hours before you start a booking enquiry. It is possible in London to find piano practise rooms that offer 24 hours access, 7 days a week if you need the flexibility.
Frequently Asked Questions
Am I allowed to film in a practise room?
Yes, many piano practise rooms in London allow you to film. It’s best to make your intentions clear when you make a booking enquiry, and remember to check the room dimensions so you have space to fit the recording equipment and film crew as well.
How much does it cost to hire a piano in London?
It can vary greatly depending on the size and location of the space, with affordable piano rooms starting at £10/hr and extending to £100/hr and above for pianos in recording studios, large event venues and theatres.
Can I hire a piano on an ongoing basis?
Most studios will be happy to accept a regular booking as long as they have availability, and it’s a good idea to discuss your options with the host because they may offer a cheaper long term hire fee. To contact the host directly you can select the ‘message host’ option on their Tutti listing page.
Can I view the piano practise room before I book it?
This is up to the individual venue but generally they are happy to arrange a tour of the practise space before you book. If you would like to see the rooms, please message the host to confirm this is possible and arrange a suitable time.