News & Events
Yamaha Awards Coomealla High School $50K Great Start Grant
Coomealla High School was the 2018 recipient of the $50,000 Yamaha Great Start Grant and to celebrate their win and launch the new era of music at Coomealla High School, Dami Im, X Factor winner and Eurovision star visited the school and performed on their basketball court!
First Australian recital of the Yamaha SX Series premium grand pianos
Yamaha Music Australia celebrated the arrival of all four models of the new SX range with an exclusive recital at the Yamaha Premium Piano Centre, featuring a brilliant and diverse collection of musicians and performances.
Sydney Conservatorium all set for Remote Learning
Yamaha Music Australia (in Melbourne) and the Sydney Conservatorium of Music have successfully connected two Disklavier pianos via the internet by using remarkable proprietary technology.
Australians audition for International Piano eCompetition
Three Ausralians have auditioned for the Piano e-Competition, an annual event conducted by the University of Minnesota’s School of Music in partnership with Yamaha.
Yamaha Premium Piano Centre Opens in Melbourne
For the first time in Australasia, Yamaha has created the brand new Yamaha Premium Piano Centre in South Melbourne, offering a purpose-built exclusive location to audition the full range of Premium Pianos.
Australian takes Grand Prize in International ePiano Junior Competition
For the first time a handful of Australian's competed in this international classical piano competition open to performers up to the age of 17.
Yamaha CFX Concert Grand Piano installed into Queensland Conservatorium of Music (Griffith University)
Queensland Conservatorium in Brisbane forms part of Griffith University and is one of Australia’s most prestigious music institutions. After a thorough selection process a CFX concert grand was prepared and installed at the institution.
e-Piano Junior Competition Shortlists Australian Finalists
The e-Piano Junior Competition is a biannual event conducted by the University of Minnesota’s School of Music in partnership with Yamaha subsidiaries around the globe. Of the 60 finalists invited to a formal audition, for the very first time, three were selected from Australia.