The goal in the development of digital pianos has always been a playing experience that is in no way inferior to that of a real concert grand. CASIO has written the next chapter in the history of the piano with the revolutionary CELVIANO Grand Hybrid.
Sound Excellence & Authenticity
These new digital pianos were developed in cooperation with C. Bechstein and feature three world-renowned piano sounds in one instrument. Instruments of the Celviano Grand Hybrid Series reproduce the sound, keyboard characteristics and playing feel of a concert grand piano, providing a playing experience that is otherwise only known from an acoustic piano. The top model of the Grand Hybrid Series, the GP-510, once again sets new standards: here the speaker system, touch response and samples have been further optimized. More information and technical data here.
Club Gig With Hybrid Piano
Together with CASIO, Neue Meister and Berlin Sessions, we want to bring the digital grand piano sound into the live club! We will kick off on December 4, 2020, in Berlin’s Kaos. For this we are looking for artists from the area of Modern Classical/Neoclassical and related genres. The conditions: 1.000€ fixed fee for a concert on the CELVIANO Grand Hybrid GP-510. Live stream and video production will be organised. The GP-510 is available as a gift on top (UVP 4.499€) and the modern classical label Neue Meister will release one of your recorded pieces as a single. In addition, some tracks will be played on the YouTube channel of Berlin Sessions. The artists cede their image rights to CASIO so that the material can be distributed in additional campaigns.
Sounds really good, right? This WIN OPPORTUNITY we mean – the CELVIANO Grand Hybrid GP-510 does so anyway. Just apply here via gigmit!
Neue Meister Sessions – powered by CASIO & Berlin Sessions
Producer and pianist Arnold Kasar will also be on stage in Kaos on 4 December. The musician who grew up in the picturesque Black Forest has left his mark in countless projects. Starting with his electro-jazz projects with Lisa Bassenge and her bands Nylon and Micatone to his work as co-author and musical director for the all-round performer Friedrich Liechtenstein (“Supergeil”) to the piano albums “Einfluss” together with Joachim Roedelius and his last solo album “Resonanz” which was released by Neue Meister. With this, the trained sound engineer returns to his first instrument. Good timing: because the piano returns to new strength in the world of music.
The deadline for your application is November 24, 2020.