A talented pianist will kick off the latest series of weekend concerts at Burnley’s St Peter’s Church. 

Lewis Kingsley Peat will perform a special programme of music at the event on Saturday, February 3, at 11am. 

Lewis works as both a soloist and collaborator and can turn his hand from the traditional classical canon, right through to jazz and the avant-garde. 

He is also a former student at Chethams School of Music in Manchester and London's Trinity Laban Conservatoire. 

Lewis made his debut at St John’s, Smith Square, London in March 2018, in a programme of music celebrating the 75th birthday of the American composer, Stephen Montague. 

In the summer of 2021, he worked with British concert pianist and composer, Stephen Hough, on his third piano sonata, ‘Trinitas’, for the Trinity Laban New Lights Festival of Contemporary Music.  

In November 2023, Lewis made his concerto debut with the Wimbledon Symphony Orchestra in a performance of Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 23, K. 488.  

At the Burnley event, doors open at St Peter’s at 10.30 am for refreshments which are included, along with parking in the Rawcliffe Street school yard, in the £7 admission. Students and under 18s are free. 

For more information see www. stpetersburnley.com/music/saturday-morning-concerts/