Internet sensation THE PIANO GUYS will open day 2 of the 2013 Lectora® User Conference on May 1 as keynote speakers with the custom session, just for conference attendees, “A Creative Moment with THE PIANO GUYS.” THE PIANO GUYS will demonstrate how to capture creative inspiration and turn it into powerful new ideas.
With one of the most visited YouTube channels on the planet, THE PIANO GUYS’ inspirational music videos have reached more than 182 million views combined, and receive half a million new views each day. Establishing themselves as the next big thing, their first major label debut album, THE PIANO GUYS, released in October 2012 on Sony Masterworks, landed them at number 44 on the Billboard 200 chart. Their unforgettable performances have been featured on the “TODAY” show, “The Tonight Show,” the “Katie” show, Fox News and in USA Today.
“THE PIANO GUYS keynote presentation and performance, created especially for the Lectora User Conference attendees, will challenge the audience to break out of the norm and inject creativity and originality into e-Learning courses and training,” said Peter Bray, Chief Marketing Officer. “THE PIANO GUYS’ performance will motivate and inspire attendees to really push beyond the status quo.”
The 2012 Lectora User Conference had a record-breaking attendance of 600 people, up 20 percent from 2011 making it one of the largest e-Learning conferences of the year. The 2013 Lectora User Conference attendance will be capped at 600 people due to capacity reasons and early registration is highly encouraged.
The 2013 Lectora User Conference is April 29 – May 1, held at the Marriott Rivercenter in San Antonio, Texas. In its ninth year, the Lectora User Conference provides exclusive access to innovative keynote presentations, dozens of break-out sessions led by e-Learning thought-leaders and memorable networking opportunities with industry professionals. Attendees will learn and share insights, best practices and expertise for e-Learning development and implementation with Lectora users from around the world.