Serenade Benedict Cumberbatch on your digital piano

This week Benedict Cumberbatch has been in the news for a heroic act which has endeared him to the nation. If you didn’t already know, this handsome actor already has an enormous fan base who look for any excuse to get excited about him. This latest incident where Benedict Cumberbatch has saved a Deliveroo cyclist from being mugged is surely an excellent reason to serenade this wonderful man on your digital piano. Continue reading “Serenade Benedict Cumberbatch on your digital piano”

Welcome in June with a tune on your digital piano

We don’t know about you, but here at Chase Direct we think this year has gone incredibly quickly so far. We can’t believe that it is June already! In celebration of June and entering the summer months, we have been playing our most upbeat and summery tunes on our digital pianos. Continue reading “Welcome in June with a tune on your digital piano”

Does your pet sing along to your piano playing?

Social media is littered with videos of pets. Some of these pet videos involve music and musical instruments. Continue reading “Does your pet sing along to your piano playing?”

Expert Digital Piano Staff Members at Chase Direct

Expert Digital Piano Staff Members at Chase Direct

Have you ever wondered what it takes to make expert digital piano staff members? Here, at Chase Direct, all of our staff members are highly knowledgeable about the digital pianos sold and they are all piano experts in their own right! Continue reading “Expert Digital Piano Staff Members at Chase Direct”

The CDP-489 Digital Piano from Chase Direct

The CDP-489 Digital Piano from Chase Direct

If you are in search of a new digital piano then you need to have a look at the Chase CDP-489. This phenomenal electric piano ticks every box while still looking absolutely stunning and having a rock-bottom price tag attached! Continue reading “The CDP-489 Digital Piano from Chase Direct”

Four Hands in Concert

Four Hands in Concert

Have you ever seen piano duets live in concert? If not, tomorrow is your chance! Tomorrow’s concert will be held in the Church of St John the Evangelist in Oxford and is due to begin at 8pm. The programme consists of three pieces of music for four hands which should be a thrilling experience for all! Tickets range between £18 and £23 but free admission will be granted to those who are under 25 years old. More information and ticket sales can be found on the Oxford May Music official website. Continue reading “Four Hands in Concert”

Pianos in pop Culture

Pianos in pop Culture

Pianos are regularly seen in pop culture and increasingly, so are digital pianos. Some slightly older examples of this wonderful instrument in films would be The Pianist which stars the likes of Adrian Brody, or the sensational production set in New Zealand; The Piano. Before that, the piano was even more important in pop culture – black and white films had their soundtrack played live by an in-house pianist, after all! Continue reading “Pianos in pop Culture”

Performing at Home

Performing at Home

Are you ever jealous of the piano superstars making a living from performing in concerts around the world? Believe it or not, they all started somewhere. They did not start playing the hardest piano music immediately, and they spent hours of every day practising at home on their pianos or digital pianos before they hit the bright lights of fame. The very first concert venue of the piano stars of today was probably their front room at home. Continue reading “Performing at Home”

The New Yamaha P-125 Digital Piano

The New Yamaha P-125 Digital Piano

Yamaha have recently announced a new digital piano for their ever-popular P-series of digital pianos – the P125. The P series of electronic pianos are some of Yamaha’s most popular digital instruments and this new electric piano is an excellent addition to the Yamaha digital piano family. Continue reading “The New Yamaha P-125 Digital Piano”

Reading Music Notation

Reading Music Notation

Today, many people completely disregard being able to read music notation when it comes to playing music. This is an enormous shame. Having the ability to read music is equivalent to being able to read, write, and speak another language – it is a skill and a talent. Continue reading “Reading Music Notation”