Moonlight Sonata by Candlelight  

Church Window Mask

Saturday 6 July 7.30pm

Renowned concert pianist, Tyler Hay, will perform an outstanding selection of classical and romantic piano works including Gershwin’s iconic Rhapsody in Blue in a concert remember!

  • Access

    St James’s aspires to be a place where all can belong, and where every person’s gifts and identities are welcome and celebrated. We are working to improve the experience at St James’s in the church building and the online community. We have step-free access from the courtyard to the church, and a toilet for disabled people. The courtyard and Redemption Roasters coffee shop are wheelchair accessible. If you have special access requirements (e.g. wheelchair users) please contact

  • Programme 

    Rota – Glass Mountain 

    Beethoven – Moonlight Sonata 

    Mendelssohn – Spring Song 

    Schubert – Impromptu in E flat 

    Mozart – Alla Turca 

    Chopin – Polonaise in A flat (Heroique) 

    Grieg – Wedding Day 

    Liszt – Liebestraum no 3 

    Rachmaninoff – Prelude in C sharp minor 

    Debussy – Clair de lune 

    Satie – Gymnopedie no 1 

    Gershwin – Rhapsody In Blue 


    Tyler Hay was born in 1994 in Kent and began learning the piano at the age of 6. He studied with the Head of Keyboard, Andrew Haigh at Kent Music Academy for 3 years before gaining a place to study at the Purcell School for Young Musicians in 2007. He completed his studies as an ABRSM scholar at the Royal Northern College of Music in 2016 where he studied with the Head of Keyboard, Graham Scott and Professor Frank Wibaut. Tyler completed his postgraduate studies at the Royal College of Music in 2017, where he studied with South African pianist, Niel Immelman and renowned British pianist, Gordon Fergus-Thompson.