Dream Job Alert: The Piano Works in Farringdon and the West End is hiring for a Master of Requests.​

Are you looking for a job where you’re the centre of attention? The Master of Requests is a unique role in London, which embodies everything that The Piano Works stands for: Dance, Song requests and Non-stop live music.

The Master of Requests will become a key part of the late night venues floor team and will be the point of contact between musicians and guests.

Drew Baker Creative Director says “We employ 70 musicians and we now need a big personality to act as the messenger between our guests and the stage. Each night our band we will play 90 songs and receive over 400 requests we need someone with a huge musical knowledge to curate the repertoire. This role truly is every music fans dream job.”

The Piano Works is looking for theatrically experienced, outgoing music-lovers, who need to have a deep understanding of current and past popular music. Applicants must be willing to wear an iconic look and need to be confident in their music knowledge to convey our guests’ song requests. If partying and helping others have a good time are one of your declared life goals for 2020, please apply.

Auditions start next week. Please find more information on:

https://pianoworks.bar/farringdon/our-jobs/

About The Piano Works & SingEasy

The Piano Works are London’s only immersive non-stop live music venues playing audience requested songs. Founded in 2015 at The Piano Works Farringdon, the concept grew in popularity leading to the opening of a second site in 2018 The Piano Works-West End just off Leicester Square.

The Piano Works is one of Britain’s largest employers of independent musicians.,employing over 65 enormously skilled musicians with a huge repertoire being paid over £1.2 million a year.

Located inside The Piano Works West End, SingEasy is central London’s sing-along party and dining experience with nonstop live music, where a piano player and singing waiters take centre stage to play songs requested by the audience with a side of quirky cocktails and delicious food.

Alan Lorrimer, founder of The Piano Works says, “Given how many music venues have closed in London it is very rewarding to have created two venues that have such talented musicians, playing to a loyal and hugely appreciative audience.  Our on tour bands are also in high demand.”

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