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Scott is an award-winning pianist with over 19 years of experience in the music industry. He has played at thousands of weddings, cocktail hours and receptions across the USA and is one of Houston’s most in demand classical pianists.
Classically trained, he can play the piano in variety of different styles including jazz, country, easy listening, new age, pop, and piano arrangements of current top 40 songs. Scott is constantly updating his extensive music library and as a result has an impressive repertoire of songs for clients to choose from; he can play anything from Cole Porter to Coldplay. In addition, Scott is happy to adapt new songs in a piano arrangement to make your event extra special.
His music is beautiful and passionate and will create a soothing relaxed atmosphere at any event. His stunning performances are sure to amaze and delight audiences of all musical tastes and ages. He has played at some of Houston’s most renowned hotels and fine dining establishments as well as countless private functions. Winner of “Best Music 2009-2013” by KPRC's Click2Houston’s Best, CityVoter.com, and A-List Houston; “Best Wedding Music” and “The Editor’s Pick” by The Knot; rated 5 stars on Wedding Wire and featured in Weddings In Houston magazine and 2013 & 2014 Bride Favourite, Scott is a highly-sought after classical pianist and is sure add something extra special to your event.
" Hands down, Houston’s best pianist! Very Talented, professional and easy going. "
" Scott played for my daughters ceremony. She did not want traditional wedding music. She put together a list of songs that were more contemporary, and he was happy to find the sheet music and learn the new songs and let me daughter know exactly how they would sound. He did an outstanding job! The ceremony music was beautiful and just what we asked for. Scott was very professional, dressed very nicely for the ceremony and easy to work with. He brought his keyboard as our venue had no piano. We highly recommend him. "
Terry Torres and Erin Weimar Nagle