KINC SCHEDULE MUSIC AT ST PANCRAS FOR INTERNATIONAL PIANO DAY

KINC has scheduled a day of live performances from critically acclaimed artists to take place at St Pancras International on International Piano Day, Thursday 29th March.

The station has also teamed up with musical tuition company, Lycaeum, to offer free lessons for visitors which can be can be pre-booked to happen on the day . What’s more, this exciting free treat will then extend to every first Saturday of the month.

Visitors can enjoy:

Piano lessons with music school tutors Lycaeum – 12.30pm-14:00pm and 15:30pm-17:00pm
Offering free 15-minute piano lessons (on the very same piano played by Elton John and John Legend) which will include basic melodies and accompaniments, along with a 5-minute improvisation session.

Joe Armon Jones – 11am-11.30am – A pianist and composer from South London, Joe Armon Jones has become an integral part of London’s jazz scene.

ARK – 12pm-12.30pm – Originally from Hampshire, ARK is known for her beautiful ethereal sounding voice which has contributed to her huge Spotify success.

Johan Hugosson – 2pm-2.30pm – A Swedish national treasure, Johan Hugosson is a composer and concert pianist whose music is cinematic and neoclassical in style.

Laurel – 3pm-3.20pm – Southampton raised, Laurel is a London-based singer, songwriter and producer who is heading out on her first sold-out UK headline tour.

West End Choir – 5-5.30pm – London’s adult musical theatre Choir provide the ultimate feel-good experience, performing classic and new hits from the West End and Broadway.

The celebrations for International Piano Day are part of the ‘Celebrate St Pancras – the people, the place, the journey’ campaign – a series of events, exhibitions, and installations commissioned by HS1 for the station’s 150th anniversary this year.

For more information on these anniversary events, as well as the music, arts, culture and
retail events happening in the station, please visit stpancras.com

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