Kyle Hutchings

British pianist based in London.

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 Scholarships Scheme supported 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, St James’s Piccadilly and many others up and down the country. In addition to this, he maintains an active presence on the international concert scene. 

During his studies at Trinity Laban, supported by a scholarship from Trinity College, he received the Nancy Thomas Prize for Piano as well as the Director’s Prize for Excellence; he was also nominated for the conservatoire’s coveted Gold Medal. Kyle is managed and supported by The Keyboard Charitable Trust.

Notable highlights of his 2022/2023 season have included a debut performance at London’s Kings Place, as well as appearances in Italy and Poland. 

Kyle Hutchings plays Schumann Fantasiestücke Op.12 No.2 live from Steinway Hall in London


Kyle has a rare, perhaps increasingly rare gift; the ability to let a composer’s voice be heard through the filter of his sensitivity without the manipulations and artificialities which so often accompany aspiring performers. He is a deeply thoughtful and sensitive musician.”

John Crawford, Violinist – BBC Symphony Orchestra (1976-1986)

This was an extraordinary performance, showing maturity, depth and understanding.”

Deniz Gelenbe, acclaimed pianist and recording artist.

Kyle is a very refined musician, with a unique approach to playing which makes his performances very personal and special.”

Gabriele Baldocci, acclaimed pianist.