Philip Adair is a classically trained and jazz-educated weding pianist located in Alpharetta, Georgia. While he offers performances as a solo pianist, he can also play with additional musicians to accommodate ensemble preferences for his clients. Upon request, Philip can work with singers as a duo, or play as a part of a quartet, quintet, sextet, or full party band.
Couples may book Philip for ceremony music, cocktail hour music, reception music, music during breaks, or rehearsal dinner music. Philip is willing to travel for events, as well as learn new songs to meet the special requests for his clients. If desired, he can also provide sample performances, as well as take on MC responsibilities throughout an event. Along with his musical talents, Philip Adair can also bring a fog machine, lighting, microphones, and a sound/PA system. He offers a wide range of musical styles, including:
Recommended by 100% of couples
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Joel Bachelier · Married on 06/22/2019
Great Musician...Very Professional
Hired the Phil Adair Trio for our wedding reception. They were very professional and played great jazz for our event. Many positive comments from our guests. I couldn't have been more pleased with their music and in dealing with Philip before and during the event . I would highly recommend Philip for any occasion.Sent on 07/04/2019
Andrea Douglas · Married on 04/06/2019
Phillip was a pleasure to work with! I reviewed lots of compliments on the music :)Sent on 07/16/2019
Margie Cohen · Married on 11/04/2018
Talented, Professional, and Flexible
We booked Phillip for our day time wedding and he could not have been more accommodating and terrific to work with. He is not only talented but he is an absolute professional - very responsive and communicative, willing to work with your ideas/suggestions, and with an amazing repertoire. I would not hesitate in recommending him.Sent on 11/04/2018
Philip Adair's reply:You are so kind! I'm happy I was able to contribute to the delicious flavor of your special day with my light sprinkles of seasoning. Thanks a million Margie!