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Synchron Stage Vienna looks to the future with Yamaha CFX Disklavier
Vienna’s pioneering world class Synchron Stage recording facility has embraced one of the ultimate symbols of technology and handcrafted tradition with the acquisition of a Yamaha CFX Disklavier Enspire Pro
HIROMI AND YAMAHA CFX IN PERFECT HARMONY ON EUROPEAN TOUR
Yamaha artist Hiromi is one of the most inventive and dynamic pianists and composers of her generation, electrifying audiences and critics alike the world over.
Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory: Rector Alexander Sokolov and Professor Vladimir Ovchinnikov Visit Hamamatsu and Kakegawa
From the Moscow Tchaikovsky Conservatory, Rector Alexander Sokolov and Professor Vladimir Ovchinnikov visited Yamaha headquarters in Hamamatsu and the Piano factory in Kakegawa on October 19 - 20th.
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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.
Yamaha Pianos in conversation with Steven Osborne
Essential viewing for anybody serious about music and pianos.
Yamaha Pianos in conversation with Peter Donohoe and Martin Roscoe
A humorous, expansive and insightful discussion with two of the world's most respected pianists, Martin Roscoe and Peter Donohoe (who often perform together as a duo). Filmed at the Ribble Valley International Piano Week, they discuss what triggered their love of the piano, their most memorable performances and preferences between live concerts and recording. Read more ...
Stephen Hough selects Yamaha CFX for Brahms and Schumann at London's famed Temple Church
Stephen recently performed on a Yamaha CFX in London's historic Temple Church to raise funds for a key charity of his, Music in Prisons, which promotes the transformative power of the arts to help rehabilitate people who have spent time in prison. Stephen performed works by Schumann and Brahms.