News & Events
10th European Junior Original Concert (EJOC) will take place in Warsaw, Poland on Saturday, February 11th 2017
Llandaff Cathedral School hits the right notes with Yamaha
Llandaff Cathedral School has become the latest addition to Yamaha’s Education Partner Programme, equipping its music department with a magnificent fleet of 11 new pianos. This partnership offers a performance, teaching and practice environment of the very highest musical calibre – unparalleled by any other school in South Wales.
Belgium's Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel chooses Yamaha as Her Majesty Queen Paola opens expanded new facilities
Belgium's internationally renowned Queen Elisabeth Music Chapel has joined the growing ranks of prestigious training centers of excellence investing in Yamaha grand pianos, significant highlights include the installation of the flagship CFX concert grand piano and 5 CF6’s.
Yamaha & Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus, Spain
“We are building a project of excellence. A project that, like Berklee, will be revolutionary.” Guillermo Cisneros, Vice President for Global Initiatives and Executive Director of Berklee College of Music, Valencia Campus
Yamaha & Ina, France
Yamaha and the Institut national de l’audiovisuel partners in expertise and innovation
Imola Piano Academy, Italy
The International Piano Academy Incontri col Maestro is a worldclass educational and cultural establishment situated in the beautiful setting of the Sforza Castle in Imola.
Yamaha & Prof. Michael Küttner, Drums
Yamaha drums are equally popular amongst some of the world’s top drum tutors.
Yamaha & Prof. Christoph Sischka, Disklavier
Great pianists have always regarded the ability to listen back to their own performance as vital. Piano playing is not just about playing the right notes; the tone must be rich and varied, played with imagination and a full range of dynamics to match the colours of an orchestra.
Yamaha & Prof. Artis Simanis, Saxophone
Professor Artis Simanis is an internationally renowned educationalist and performing musician. He is leader of the Riga Saxophone Quartet, leader of the international saxophone festival Saxophonia, and Professor at the Jāzeps Vîtols Latvian Academy of Music.