James Sargeant, Victoria Hotel, Wednesday
NOT a regular music venue but the former Holiday Inn has two of the country's leading electronic keyboard exponents putting the latest digital piano and keyboard technology through its paces.
Tony Pegler and James Sargeant are touring the UK with Yamaha to demonstrate the new generation Clavinova CVP 400 Series digital pianos and PSR 'S' Series keyboards.
A respected figure in his field for over 30 years, Tony has been a major contributor to advances in keyboard technology and its related software.
James is also a vital link in Yamaha Japan's design team, having been involved in the development of highly successful models including the Tyros 2 keyboard.
Tony added: "I didn't think I could be tempted back 'on the road' but I am really looking forward to playing these instruments."
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Advance free tickets for the 7.30pm start concert are available from Yamaha Keynote dealer Millington Music at 5 Furnival Gate. The Victoria lies behind Hotel Bristol, on Station Road.