Just like celebrities, the CELVIANO Grand Hybrid digital pianos have many exciting encounters with the public. Discover here where you can try out CASIO digital pianos, how we supported the voting for Germany's favourite music teacher and when our top models from the Grand Hybrid series are going on tour.
A new season of the successful "Klassik Radio Live in Concert" tour takes place in autumn/winter 2017 with CASIO digital pianos by its side as the national sponsor. On ten dates in nine cities, fans of classical and/or film music can hear performances in prestigious concert halls of famous pieces from productions such as Game of Thrones, The Lord of the Rings or Harry Potter as interpreted by the Klassik Radio orchestra and conducted by Nic Raine. Before and after each concert and during the interval, audience members can try out models from the CASIO CELVIANO Grand Hybrid series in the foyer, find out about CASIO's range of digital pianos and listen to music being played on the GP-500BP.
"Whose favourite subject is music?" That was the question posed by a competition organised by Klassik Radio and CASIO held in early summer 2017 where they wanted to find "Germany's best music teacher" and give this undervalued profession a platform. Numerous applications were received from music students wanting to nominate their teachers for the title. Voters could select their favourite nominee via an online poll. The lucky winner, Ms Tanja Schick from the Paul-Dessau-Gesamtschule in Zeuthen near Berlin, received a CASIO CELVIANO Grand Hybrid GP-500 for her school, along with two tickets to "Klassik Radio Live in Concert 2017" in Berlin.
Klassik Radio has been a major partner of CASIO digital pianos since 2017. Alongside joint ventures such as the "Klassik Radio Live in Concert 2017" tour and the search for "Germany's best music teacher", the studio in Hamburg could hardly go without its own CELVIANO Grand Hybrid GP-500. Following the presentation of the instruments to station manager Christian Panck and morning show host Thomas Ohrner, each Klassik Radio guest has the opportunity to tickle the ivories in the foyer before the beginning of the programme.