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Disklavier Brings Remote Learning and Entertainment to a Global Audience

Paul George and Shana 200x133The widely held concept of both the traditional piano lesson and the live concert—where teacher and student, or performer and audience share the same space, geographically bound—is forever being redefined, thanks to remarkable new technology from Yamaha. Yamaha, the world’s largest musical instrument manufacturer, is on the fast track to develop innovative new distance learning and remote performance applications for its Disklavier piano, first introduced 25 years ago.
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Call your favorite piano tuner, connect your high-def TVs, make sure your DisklavierTV subscription is up-to-date, and invite ALL your piano-loving friends, for the time of the 2018 e-Competition is upon us! From May 19-May 31, 2018, Disklavier owners, DEN-stitutio...
In 1916, the year before his untimely death, Scott Joplin recorded 7 piano rolls. These rolls were recorded during a period in which the concept of “hand-played rolls” was still being developed.Regrettably, several factors undermined Joplin’s recordings. For starters, t...
Dr. Pamela Pike, Associate Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Louisiana State University, has been using the Disklavier as a distance-learning and pedagogical tool for as long as just about anyone. Last year (2016), she had the idea to incorporate these technologies into he...
Yamaha artist Dan Tepfer has long embraced the Disklavier as a performance tool. Using the Disklavier's ability to send and receive data in real time, Tepfer combines algorithmic computer programming and MIDI-driven visualizations to produce unique performances in which...