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Yamaha Launch CSP Series Smart Piano

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Yamaha Music London
CSP Series Smart Piano Launch Day

From 10:30am, 21st October 2017 at Yamaha Music London

Featuring classic looks that belie the incredible technologies within, the brand new CSP Series Smart Pianos are Yamaha's most accessible pianos ever, with ground-breaking abilities that can help even complete beginners to start playing music.

Yamaha Music London are launching the CSP Smart Piano at the Yamaha Music store in Wardour Street, London on 21st October and are inviting everyone, whatever their age or ability, the chance to try it first-hand.

Instant Play for Everyone! Yamaha CSP Series Smart Piano

The very latest digital piano range, the CSP Series Smart Pianos combine a classic design with new technologies which can completely transform the way you learn to play. The CSP Series Smart Piano uses game-like elements which inspire you to instantly play your favourite songs using original artist recordings and as you advance or "level up" you will perform increasingly complex arrangements.

Unprecedented integration with smart devices offers intuitive access to brilliant new features and the prospect of using your own music library to play and learn.

Launch Performances See the new CSP Smart Piano in action with FREE performances at 1.00pm and at 4.00pm - suitable for all ages.

One-to-One Sessions

40 minutes Hands-On with the CSP Smart Piano

The FREE sessions are recommended in addition to the launch performance, this is an amazing chance to try out the CSP Smart Piano with a CSP specialist guiding you through its' extensive capabilities.

Book for yourself, or for you and your family, one-to-one sessions usually last around 40 minutes.  If you have an iPad or iPhone bring it along to try the CSP app. If you don't have an iPad or iPhone, don't worry - we will have one on hand for you to try.

Entry is FREE but tickets are limited.  Book online www.yamahamusiclondon.com

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