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University of Oregon Takes Disklavier for a Spin

Pianist Alexandre Dossin and the students at the University of Oregon School of Music and Dance have partnered with Classic Pianos to arrange the use of a Disklavier in the 2020 Spring semester. Before school was closed due to the pandemic, Dossin experience long-distance teaching, as he instructed students at Brigham Young University via the Disklavier Remote Lesson feature.Alexandre Dossin Teaches a BYU Student via Remote Lesson on Diskalvier
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The DEN Educator's Guide

The DEN Educator's Guide
The DEN Educator's Guide is a great resource to find out what other institutions and educators are doing with the Disklavier for teaching, performing, and creating music.

Video Sync in Action! Mario Ajero Explains How to Clone a Musician


Mario Ajero, Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy at the Stephen F. Austin State University, is well known for his popular Piano Podcast. These instructional videos leverage features of the Disklavier and connectivity to interactive, instructional graphics that are displayed on the computer screen. In this video, he provides some insights into the capabilities of his favorite video editor called ScreenFlow.

New Disklaviers and MORE at Tiffin University

Tiffin Performing Arts LabThe DEN is happy to welcome Tiffin University to the family! Two Disklavier ENSPIRE pianos were only a part of a recent music department initiative to equip their new "Performing Arts Lab (PAL)" to implement a vision of a truly 21st-Century music progam. The 32 new Yamaha instruments in the acquisition also included three TransAcoustic pianos, one Silent Piano, six AvantGrand pianos, one NU1 hybrid piano, and a full Clavinova music lab featuring 12 CLP and CVP digital pianos. Each room in the PAL is "wired for sound," offering students and faculty the capability to record and work together with the other nstruments placed throughout the facility.
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The Disklavier as a Service Learning Tool: A Conversation with Dr. Pamela Pike

Dr. Pamela D. Pike is the Aloysia Landry Barineau Professor of Piano Pedagogy at Louisiana State University, where she coordinates the group-piano and piano pedagogy program.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 her graduate students' service learning requirements, and she monitored the activities with a properly empirical study of the efficacy of the idea. Her findings were recently published in the International Society for Music Education (ISME) Journal, and we spoke to Dr. Pike about the process.
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