Open to the Public
You’re invited to join us for a MAJOR Music Industry announcement from Legendary Piano Builder, Roland Corporation. A Roland representative will be onhand to announce how Roland is partnering with other industry legends, including Hal-Leonard, Alfred, Sheet Music Direct and more to change everything we know about the Piano Industry. You won’t want to miss this historic event!
To celebrate this announcement, Gist Piano Center and Roland are joining forces with famous Louisville-based chocolatier, Cellar Door Chocolates, who will setup a full chocolate buffet – FREE for event attendees! Gist Piano Center will also offer champagne and sodas to age-appropriate guests throughout the evening.
Finally, Gist Piano Center will introduce the all-new FastTrack program and demonstrate some exciting new things coming to Kentucky this Fall! Here are the dates and times:
- Monday, October 12: 6-8pm (Louisville): Roland Launch Event (Open to Public)
- Tuesday, October 13: 10am-Noon (Lexington): Piano Teacher’s Event with Roland
- Tuesday, October 13: 6-8pm (Lexington): Roland Launch Event (Open to Public)
- Wednesday, October 14: 10am – Noon (Louisville): Piano Teacher’s Event with Roland
Join us for an unforgettable session JUST for you on Tuesday, October 13 (10am – Noon) in Lexington and Wednesday, October 14 (10am – Noon) in Louisville. Piano Educator, Clinician and Roland Education Consultant, Laura Zaruta, will be here to show you how this new announcement from Roland, Hal-Leonard, Alfred and Sheet Music Direct can change the way you teach! You’ll learn about incredible new apps, exciting technologies, our new FastTrack program and more! This meeting will thrill you to the core! Don’t be left behind. Make time to be here and see how “This changes EVERYTHING!”
Also, bring your smart phone and tablet. We’ll be suggesting a TON of new music apps that will make your life easier and we’ll even help you see how EASY some of this new stuff is to use!
RSVP to Heather Hamilton (for the Lexington meeting) or James Harding (for the Louisville one).