Summertime Music – Flight of the Bumblebee

Summertime Music – Flight of the Bumblebee

This isn’t the first time that Flight of the Bumblebee has featured on this piano blog, but sometimes brilliant things deserve more than one mention. In the light of the British weather finally warming up, there has never been a more appropriate time to talk about this magnificent piece of piano music. Continue reading “Summertime Music – Flight of the Bumblebee”

Invest in a piano – Invest in your future and your CV

Invest in a piano – Invest in your future and your CV

Are you a school pupil? Would you love your CV to stand out to potential universities or employers? We may just have the answer for you – it’s black and white and is capable of producing some beautiful sounds. No, it’s not a penguin. Continue reading “Invest in a piano – Invest in your future and your CV”

See Young Violinist David Shaw in Concert

See Young Violinist David Shaw in Concert

Tomorrow in London, David Shaw will be playing a programme of six pieces for violin and piano in a lunch time concert. If you want to pop along in your lunch break and have a listen then you will be pleased to know that you won’t need a ticket to be admitted, just make sure you arrive in time for the 1pm start. Continue reading “See Young Violinist David Shaw in Concert”

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”

The Kawai CA48 – The Professional’s Piano

The Kawai CA48 – The Professional’s Piano

One of the most popular ranges of digital pianos from Kawai is their Concert Artist range. Kawai recently announces several brand new electric pianos which included some new additions to the Concert Artist (or CA) range. One of these new Concert Artist digital pianos is the Kawai CA48. This range of pianos are particularly popular with professional pianists so if you want to add a touch of professionalism to your piano playing life, take a look at the range. Continue reading “The Kawai CA48 – The Professional’s Piano”

Another Super Lunchtime Concert in St James’s Church

Another Super Lunchtime Concert in St James’s Church

St James’s Church in Piccadilly holds regular lunchtime concerts. If you are ever in the London area then they are certainly worth a visit, especially as you don’t usually need a ticket to be admitted. This Friday there will be a lunchtime concert which is due to start at 1:10pm and will consist of some excellent playing from Phillip Leslie on the piano. Continue reading “Another Super Lunchtime Concert in St James’s Church”

Welcome the Kawai ES110 into the family!

Welcome the Kawai ES110 into the family!

Say hello to another of Kawai’s brand new digital pianos – the Kawai ES110. Like all Kawai digital pianos, the ES 110 is another example of incredibly fine digital piano craftsmanship and it is an all-round amazing instrument. Continue reading “Welcome the Kawai ES110 into the family!”

Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics

Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics

On Wednesday a young Chinese pianist by the name of Yuexuan Song will be playing pieces of music by some of the most esteemed composers known to the classical music world. Her concert will be in Piccadilly, London in St James’s Church (W1J 9LL) and no tickets are required to enter. The start time is 1:10pm so if you are planning on attending, make sure you leave enough time to get yourself a good seat! More information can be found on the Saint James’s website. Continue reading “Yuexuan Song Plays the Classics”

Wow your friends with the Kawai KDP 110 digital piano

Wow your friends with the Kawai KDP 110 digital piano

If you are looking for a new family piano then look no further than the brand new Kawai KDP 110. This new digital piano is the successor of the incredibly popular KDP-90 which is one of the most popular electronic pianos to be sold by Chase Direct. The KDP 110 digital piano has many new and improved features which ensure this piano is the perfect instrument for a piano playing family. Continue reading “Wow your friends with the Kawai KDP 110 digital piano”

The Kawai MP7SE

The Kawai MP7SE

Kawai have announced some exciting advancements and new digital piano releases at recent trade shows such as Musikmesse Frankfurt. Many brilliant new digital pianos are being released from this world-class digital piano company, but for many the most exciting is the Kawai MP7SE. Continue reading “The Kawai MP7SE”