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CASIO supports a range of projects and organisations — as a cooperation partner and in the field of musical development of children and young people. Click here to take a look at our current projects.
"Since 1996, Let's Make Music e.V. has been a vigorous supporter of vibrant music lessons for school-aged children and inspires kids and young people to pick up an instrument and play. Band concepts such as 1stClassRock were started to create a fun way for school classes to make music and provide pupils with two years of pure music.
One great strength of Let's Make Music is its front-line musical educational work, meaning it can always respond to new educational issues. At present, Let's Make Music is focusing on projects relating to the topic of inclusion and bringing this to life within schools. CASIO has a long relationship with the initiative, and has even taken a more personal approach: Martin Moritz (Product Manager CASIO Europe GmbH) is now the new chairman of Let’s make Music e.V.
You can find more information at www.letsmakemusic.de "
"The Keys'n'Bands on Stage keyboard competition was launched in 2013 by merging the Tasto Solo and Kids2Keys contests with the support of the Federal Association of German Private Music Schools (bdpm). The aim of merging the contests to create one nationwide musical contest for electronic keyboard instruments in Germany.
Alongside bdpm, the European Piano, Keyboard and Organ Teacher Association (Ekol) and the Initiative for Electronic Keyboard Instruments (IFET) are additional project initiators. The Keys'n'Bands on Stage competition provides keyboard players, electric organists and electric pianists the unique opportunity of competing against like-minded people from across Germany. The competition is supported by well-known sponsors, including CASIO.
You can find more information at: www.keysandbands.de "
"CASIO sponsors and is a high-profile supporter and patron of the ""Kids love music"" social fund, which was launched in May 2014 after careful planning by the Federal Association of German Private Music Schools (bdpm e.V.).
As per Article 26 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ""Everyone has a right to education"". The social fund's objective is to provide children and young people from socially underprivileged and low-economic families with access to extracurricular music lessons. bdpm e.V. is committed to realising this objective together with private and commercial sponsors.
You can find more information at www.kids-love-music.de "
"Pearl fishers promotes the Bergedorf Initiative for the Development of Talents (Bergedorfer Initiative zur Entwicklung von Talenten — Bizet). When primary school pupils finish the fourth year and the JEKI project finishes, the Pearl Fisher scheme provides the most talented pupils with further support. As part of this regional project (Bergedorf is a borough in Hamburg), CASIO is showing their colours by donating a CASIO digital piano and paying fees for a pupil.
You can find more information at www.perlenfischer.musik-von-merkl.de "
Right on the banks of the River Spree in the Osthafen area, a former industrial port in a melting pot of the music, fashion and creative scene, you will find a hotel that is unique in Europe: the music and lifestyle hotel nhow Berlin. This exceptional hotel provides unprecedented possibilities for music lovers: Be it state-of-the-art recording studios, high-quality equipment, guitar and keyboard room service or PRIVIA digital pianos in the Junior Suites, rock stars and music lovers will feel right at home at nhow Berlin.
A hotel where music is alive: Thanks to the spectacular design and excellent technical equipment on offer — such as 30 TV stations, 100 music channels, iPod and Mac connections as well as WIFI Internet access — guests are guaranteed a sensational stay in any of the 304 rooms and suites.
The six Junior Suites each boast a PRIVIA PW-7WE just begging to be played. And if you still want more, room service can bring a guitar or even a CASIO High-Grade keyboard WK-7500 or CTK-7000 to the room. nhow Berlin is the place for everyone to let their creativity run wild!