Roland marked International Piano Day and the 50th anniversary of their first every piano by holding a special event at the Roland Store last week, located in the heart of London’s legendary Denmark Street.
Guests were treated to a performance from acclaimed pianist Kamaal Williams, who played a selection of songs on Roland’s GP-9 Digital Piano and the 50th Anniversary Concept Model Piano, while also sharing his own musical experiences in an interview.
“Roland has an outstanding reputation for making some of the best musical equipment in the game. Their craftmanship and especially the way they build their pianos is the best in the world,” said Kamaal.
“Their new stuff is amazing, combining analogue sounds with new technology makes it innovative and user friendly for the new generation to access those authentic and iconic sounds”.
To celebrate their 50th year, Roland is now pushing forward with new innovations such as the 50th Anniversary Concept Piano, the latest in their GP digital piano series range.
These new instruments span all ranges, while the digital offerings include Bluetooth® audio/MIDI connectivity and a seamless ability to tie up with the Roland Piano App.
ncept, the GPX-F1 Facet Grand Piano, which was unveiled at CES in 2020, the brand is now pushing the boundaries in celebration of its 50th year with unique innovations such as Roland’s 50th Anniversary Concept Piano, which will be showcased at the Roland Store until the end of April.
Since the release of Japan’s first electronic pianos, the EP-10 and EP-20, in 1973, Roland has continuously worked to transform the space with its long-time commitment to advancing the form and function of this timeless instrument. Last evidenced by Roland’s futuristic concept, the GPX-F1 Facet Grand Piano, which was unveiled at CES in 2020, the brand is now pushing the boundaries even further in celebration of its 50th year.