Blyth Spirit

I am really looking forward to my first visit to the Yamaha Music School in Blyth, Northumberland to perform an early afternoon concert.

The room and the piano look lovely!

If you fancy a lunchtime piano concert with a brilliant beach and amazing fish and chips nearby this is the concert for you. It starts at 1pm on Monday 1st July and tickets are just £8 and are available from

I hope you can make it.


Time & Location

01 Jul 2024, 13:00 – 13:45

Yamaha Music School, 3 Seaforth St, Blyth NE24 1AY, UK

About the event

Steve Luck is an experienced and award-winning composer and pianist hailing from Newcastle upon Tyne in the UK. He has enchanted live audiences with his introspective and emotive compositions. Steve’s modern classical piano miniatures explore the delicate interplay between melancholy and hope, forming an engaging body of work which is both contemplative and uplifting. His music has been streamed on Spotify more than three million times.

As a media composer Steve has worked on more than one hundred projects. In 2007 he won two awards from the Royal Television Society for Professional Excellence in Music. His work with production music libraries results in regular use of his music on TV shows across the world.

In addition to his work as a recording artist and composer, Steve is also active within the music community, advocating on behalf of fellow composers. He founded the Atmospherica Concert Series in 2018 giving a platform for contemporary classical composers to perform their own music. He is a long-standing member of the music writers committee of the Musicians Union and the founder of the Guild of Northern Media Composers.

He believes that music has the power to bring people together and is committed to using his talents to create a positive impact.

In this concert Steve will be performing pieces from his album ‘ Be Curious’ which was recently described by The Crack magazine as “…a pure joy… each track here is a little vignette, aural mini-movies if you will, that will send listeners on journeys that are ultimately incredibly moving.”

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