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”
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”
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”
If anyone in Nottingham finds themselves at a loose end this morning then consider going to see Lara Melda play an exciting programme of piano music at the Royal Concert Hall (NG1 5ND). The concert starts at 11am and tickets are priced at £10. The price of the ticket includes tea, coffee, and cake so there is no good reason not to go! Continue reading “Lara Melder Plays in Nottingham”
For anyone who has never come across NAMM before, it’s a trade show in the US for all things music and music technology. It stands for the National Association of Music Merchants, and every year, hundreds of brands attend NAMM to showcase their new products, including digital pianos. This year, brands showing off their latest digital piano releases at NAMM included huge names in the piano and keyboard world, such as Yamaha, Casio, and Kawai. Each of these particular digital piano manufacturers brought game changing instruments to the market which will all be available to purchase in the UK in the coming months.