Lancashire based specialist musical instrument retailer Promenade Music is the host of this year’s National Digital Piano Show which is being held this Friday and Saturday at The Royal Northern College of Music in Manchester.
The annual event is a chance for pianists to find out what is new in the world of home, stage and portable digital pianos.
This year’s show is open to everyone, so whether you are a student or teacher, amateur or professional pianist, you will get the chance to see, hear and play the very latest instruments and meet some of Europe’s leading digital piano specialists, industry figures and players from the world’s leading manufacturers including Yamaha, Roland, Kawai, Korg and Nord.
“The Royal Northern College of Music on Manchester’s Oxford Road is the perfect venue for the show,” said event organiser Laura Musgrove (pictured above with digital keyboard expert Steven Wren), “It will be a great chance for the public to see the latest digital pianos, meet the manufacturers face to face and our retail partner will be offering up to 30 per cent off pianos on the day.
“Everyone who attends will also have the chance to enter the free prize draw to win a brand new digital piano and we are expecting a large contingent of digital keyboard enthusiasts from across the Fylde coast to attend.”
The National Digital Piano Show is open to the public from 10am until 5pm on Friday and Saturday.
Admission is free.