The Yamaha Disklavier Education Network
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Blog posts tagged in Distance Learning
Setting up a long distance teaching environment can be intimidating to even the most veteran technology users. Here are some setup tips we have discovered along our way!
Yamaha’s Disklavier Technology a Hit at International Institute for Young Musicians
Students enrolled in exclusive program interact directly with renowned instructors in remote locations without leaving their classrooms.
Disklavier and music technology experts from across North America for an inspiring two-day summit at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto. The event takes place July 12-13, 2014. Presenters and keynote speakers include Mario Ajero, Shana Kirk, Stella Branzburg, George Litterst, Janet Lopinski, and Royal Conservatory pedagogues.
When Wayne State’s Music Department Chair, Dr. Linda Christensen isn’t coming up with new ways to use their school’s Disklavier pianos, she can be found teaching one of the most innovative class piano programs in the country in a state-of-the-art Yamaha Clavinova lab with computers and network connectivity at each station. In the 2013-14 school year, Christensen added a new twist to the class, inviting collaboration with counterparts at the University of Sao Paolo, Brazil. This article originally appeared in The Wayne Stater. Reprinted by permission.
Reporter-Phoenix Business Journal
A high-tech player piano at Phoenix's Musical Instrument Museum
is streaming its sold-out, eclectic performances into piano owners’ homes through a unique partnership with Yamaha Corp. of America.