Kyle Hutchings is a British pianist who after just twelve months of self-taught playing won a scholarship to study in London with internationally acclaimed pianist Richard Meyrick on the Pianoman Scholarship’s Scheme, generously sponsored by Sir and Lady Harvey McGrath. Subsequently, he made his London debut with the Arch Sinfonia playing Beethoven’s Second Piano Concerto.
Acclaimed for the deep understanding and soulful artistry he brings to his performances, he has performed in venues such as London’s prestigious Kings Place, London’s BT Tower, The Lansdowne Club in Mayfair, as part of the Blüthner Recital Series, as well as many others up and down the country. In addition to this, he maintains an active presence on the international concert scene, having recently performed in Italy and Poland.
Kyle has been the recipient of many scholarships and prizes, and was awarded the Nancy Thomas Prize for piano as well as the Director’s Prize for Excellence during his scholarship studies at Trinity Laban; Kyle was also nominated for the conservatoire’s coveted Gold Medal.