Emily Noatch - Dayton Pianist
Choosing Wedding Music
Frequently Asked Questions
If my event venue is providing the piano, what should I ask them?
Please ensure that the piano has been recently tuned, and all the keys and pedals are functional. This will ensure a positive experience for both audience and musician.
If my event location doesn’t have a piano, can you provide your own?
Yes, I can bring my own digital piano and speaker.
Is there a charge to set up your digital piano?
I charge $45 to transport and set up my digital piano.
If my event is being held outside, what are your setup requirements?
Please ensure that there is a flat/level area, protection from the elements, and an electrical outlet within reasonable distance for me to set up my digital piano.
Do you require a deposit?
Yes, I ask that you deposit $50 (to be subtracted from your total) to reserve my time, and the remainder will be due by the start time of your event.
Do you provide a contract?
Yes, I have a contract to protect both of us. Once the details of your event have been discussed, I will email the contract to you and request you sign and return it within 10 days.
Do you accept credit cards?
Yes, I accept cash, check, and credit cards.
How much do you charge for background music?
If playing music from my
, typically $150 for the first hour and $100 for each additional hour.
me for more details and to customize music for your event according to your preferences.
Will you travel outside of the Dayton area?
Yes, I will travel up to an hour away, and sometimes further at an additional minimal cost.
What does a Wedding Ceremony Package include?
It includes a consultation (in-person, over the phone, or through Skype) to discuss music selection, style, and logistics, a 30 minute prelude, ceremony music, and a 10-15 minute postlude.
How much does a Wedding Ceremony Package cost?
Typically $300-$400 -
me for more details