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Yamaha Dear Glenn Project Unveils AI System that Reproduces Performance Style of Legendary Pianist Glenn Gould at Ars Electronica Festival
Yamaha Corporation will unveil the world's first Artificial Intelligence(AI) piano system based on deep learning technology that is capable of playing any piece of music in the style of late legendary pianist Glenn Gould while interacting with humans in a music ensemble on September 7, the third day of the Ars Electronica Festival, one of the world's largest media arts festivals, held in Linz, Austria. The AI system will give a concert performance together with several renowned performers of today. There will also be a panel session about the future of music and AI. The project has also been recognized as one of several efforts celebrating 150 Years of Japanese-Austrian relations.
Warranty Update: Wide range of Keys / Digital Piano / Synth now 5 Years
Today, Yamaha Music Australia is pleased to announce a 5-year warranty on a wide range of portable keyboard, digital piano and synth product.
Yamaha's Digital Piano Clavinova™ CSP Series Wins Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019
Yamaha Corporation's digital piano Clavinova CSP Series has received the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019, a prestigious German design award hosted by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen.
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.
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.