KNUTSFORD composer and pianist Adrian Lord will be giving a concert of his piano music at The Courthouse in Knutsford on Thursday, November 7 at 7.30pm.

During the evening Adrian will be performing music from his recent Sky Blue Piano album, along with new unreleased pieces.

The concert will take place in the Moneypenny Suite inside the beautifully refurbished former Knutsford Crown Court.

Adrian has spent much of his life writing short piano pieces, and finds his inspiration from visiting beautiful parts of the world, especially the Scottish Islands, and the English Lake District.

His albums were recorded on the Steinway piano at the inspirational Crear studio on the West Coast of Scotland, which has views over to Jura.

In 2017 Adrian headlined a classical evening at the first Knutsford Music Festival, when he played pieces from his debut Journey - Twelve Romances for Piano album.

It was a memorable launch to the town’s festival and the evening was sold out.

During the Past year Adrian has given concerts in cathedrals in Manchester, Edinburgh, Guildford, Sheffield, along with his first performance at the Buxton Fringe Festival, but is keen to play again locally.

He said: “I have been looking for a suitable venue in my hometown, and The Courthouse will be a beautiful setting for a night out with relaxing piano music. I am hiring the piano in especially, and hope everyone will enjoy this evening.”

Along with further information about Adrian’s music, tickets for the evening can be bought from