We’re delighted that Kyle Harrison-Pope will be with us to play a beautiful programme of classic piano works. He will begin with three Chopin’s Preludes; perhaps the best-known of these being No 15, ‘The Raindrop’ – so named as you can virtually hear the raindrops falling. These will be followed by the three movements of Beethoven’s Pathetique sonata. He will also play Brahms’ Intermezzo No 2 and ‘Clair De lune’ by Debussy.
Kyle is a long-time member of Holy Trinity Choir, where he began as a junior chorister, progressing through the ranks to head boy and then to the adult ranks. He studied music at Leeds University and, now back in Southport, again sings with the church choir.
Holy Trinity has nurtured a number of fine keyboard players over the last 20 years, many of them organists and many progressing to study music. Bob Ball, Secretary of Trinity Arts, says, “Of the many talented musicians that have come through the ranks of Holy Trinity, I see Kyle as the most sensitive of our pianists.”