News & Events
CLP725 Clavinova – Expanding the Gold Standard Digital Piano Range
Introducing the new CLP-725 Clavinova Digital Piano
DGX-670 - The Ultimate Portable Grand
Introducing the new DGX-670 portable digital grand piano in black and white finishes.
Engaging Teen Students Through Songwriting
Prolific songwriter and teacher, Helen Perris shares her secrets for keeping piano students engaged through the often difficult teenage years. In this webinar, you will learn approaches to exploring songwriting in order to work collaboratively with or spark the creativity of your students.
Fabian Almazan for Yamaha Live
Join Cuban-American pianist/composer Fabian Almazan for the next Yamaha Live online event as he explores the electric manipulation of acoustic piano in a live setting.
The Gift They'll Never Forget
Yamaha want to inspire peoples’ passion and help them make a step forward to express their individuality, emotion and creativity. Give The Gift They’ll Never Forget
3 Months Free Premium Access to Flowkey Continues
Simply register any Yamaha Keyboard or Digital Piano to access Flowkey Premium for 3 months
Live Music Australia Grant
Yamaha Music Australia would like to offer support to any music venues looking to purchase audio equipment, backline equipment or musical instruments such as acoustic pianos through the ‘Live Music Australia’ grant.
Australian National University uses Disklavier Piano to create virtual music for our lockdown lives
A COVID-19 track that can be played virtually and which is inspired by lockdown as well as the Spanish flu has been recorded by musicians at The Australian National University (ANU).
The Studio Challenge: How to brighten a young musicians day!
Join us for the special webinar with Carly McDonald, highly regarded Australian piano pedagogue and presenter, as she introduces us to new programs that we can use in our studios to engage our students.
Yamaha assists with remote entrance exams at Freiburg University of Music
Yamaha Corporation has cooperated with Freiburg University of Music (in Freiburg, Germany) to facilitate the entrance examinations conducted on June 10, using our Disklavier™ pianos with an automatic performance function. Yamaha supported these remote entrance exams by connecting pianos in Germany with Japan and China over the Internet, enabling examinees to take practical piano performance exams from remote locations.