The brand NEW PX-S1000 to be showcased – the world’s slimmest digital piano.
Casio reveals revamped flagship showroom within Musicroom store on London’s Denmark Street.
London, UK, March, 2019: Casio Music UK, one of the world’s most renowned producers of musical instruments, has revealed a free intimate live gig with London-based, future-soul artist Jodie Abacus – to celebrate Learn To Play Day. Taking place on Saturday 23rd March, fans are invited into the refreshed, contemporary Casio showroom of the Musicroom store on Denmark Street to witness up close one of the UK’s most soulful singer-songwriters.
Whether being hailed by Elton John or supporting Corrine Bailey Rae on tour, Jodie Abacus’ pop-infused soulful funk is recognised worldwide, with the piano at the heart of his songwriting process. Jodie will be treating attendees to a rare and special stripped back acoustic set on the brand new Casio PX-S1000 digital piano. What’s more, Jodie will be sharing his insights into his songwriting craft and offering tips for all budding musicians.
Jodie Abacus commented: “I’m looking forward to celebrating ‘Learn to Play Day’ with Casio and if I can help shine a light on encouraging people to learn piano then even better!”
An action packed day is promised ahead of the live gig, where Casio will be hosting a ‘walk-in’ piano lesson service with the Principal Tutor of Encore Music Tuition, Liz Giannopoulos. From 11am-1pm, piano enthusiasts of all playing abilities and ages will be tutored to learn and play something musical in just five minutes.
Casio’s NEW PX-S1000 forms their most innovative model to date in their successful Privia series, alongside the PX-S3000. The range boasts the fact that it is the world’s slimmest digital pianos with an 88 weighted key hammer action, both models offer the player a natural piano touch with a touch screen interface that is both stylish and modern. The PX-S range is also SMART ready with Bluetooth audio reproduction alongside other cutting-edge features – and a brand new AiR sound source.
Entering its eighth year, the Learn to Play Day initiative has historically helped thousands of individuals pick up and play an instrument. Whether you have no experience at all or are a returning pianist, Casio invites you to experience the joy of piano playing on their new PX-S1000 piano.
To find out more information and REGISTER FOR THIS FREE EVENT, head to https://music.casio.co.uk/events/learntoplay.
Also why not drop in on our Casio section on the forum for more discussion and comment about the new Casio PX-S1000 and PX-S3000.