Here we go again! With the recent announcement of Mamma Mia 2, ABBA have been on the minds of the masses. Ever popular, the likes of Money Money Money, Super Trouper, and The Winner Takes it All have all crept back into the charts recently as a result of the film release announcement. Continue reading “Mamma Mia!”
Yamaha P Series Digital Pianos New Releases
It has been a while since Yamaha added any new digital pianos to their popular P Series. It would come as no surprise then if Yamaha announced the arrival of new additions to the P Series family next week at the Frankfurt Muskmesse 2018.
If history is anything to go by, the new models will be named the Yamaha P-55 to take the place of the Yamaha P-45, and the Yamaha P-125 will replace the Yamaha P-115.
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33 year old piano sensation Alexander Romanovsky is coming to Northampton and it’s not one to miss! The Ukrainian piano superstar will be performing on Sunday 8th April at the Northampton Royal & Derngate at 3pm. He will be performing Chopin’s Piano Concerto Number 2 as part of what promises to be a thrilling programme. If you can get to Northampton then this concert is sure to be spectacular! Ticket information and details about the concert can be found here. Continue reading “Alexander Romanovsky”
The Perfect Piano for a Family on Holiday
If you are lucky enough to go on family holidays regularly or even holiday once a year, then you might want to consider a solution to your piano practising problems. When most families go away on their jaunts, they don’t even consider taking a piano with them. However, if someone in the family has a piano exam looming, it is never a good idea to miss days of precious practise time. Continue reading “The Perfect Piano for a Family on Holiday”
Pianos on Location
A running theme with thrill seeking pianists who are after an interesting location to generate some publicity, is for them to play the piano in truly ridiculous places. For most piano sensations today (especially those who have reached the dizzying heights of fame through social media)the more ridiculous the location, the better. Continue reading “Pianos on Location”
MINIM UK – A Data Base for Historic Instruments
These days, people tend to forgo upright and acoustic pianos in favour of digital instruments. Digital pianos are a much easier instrument to deal with when it comes to learning how to play – there are no maintenance costs to worry about, they are usually fairly portable, and they are normally the cheaper option. Despite our love of electronic pianos, many of us still have a huge interest in historic instruments. Thankfully, MINIM UK has been created to help us find out more. Continue reading “MINIM UK – A Data Base for Historic Instruments”
Since its release back in 2017, Despacito has taken the world by storm. Youtube is now full of alternative versions, mash-ups, and covers of this catchy song, and one of the most popular versions is that by the Hungarian pianist, Peter Bence. Continue reading “Peter Bence”
Whatever happens in the coming weeks, don’t let Valentine’s Day distract you away from Mothering Sunday! This year Mothering Sunday is on the 11th March which means there is still plenty of time to get something sorted for your mother to show her how much you love and appreciate her!
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Merry Christmas from the team here at Chase Music!!
This year has been a year of electric pianos! We have seen the release of some lovely new digital pianos and the digital piano technology is as up to date as it ever has been and shows huge promise for the future.
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Do you want to give a stunning Christmas gift this year that will bring huge amounts of joy? Would you like to give a gift that will last for a lifetime and will inspire generations? If so, perhaps you should consider giving the gift of a Kawai KDP90 this year.
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