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Signature MIDI Collection Makes Its Debut!

SignatureMIDICollection 01smallThe Disklavier Education Network (DEN) is pleased to announce the addition of the Signature MIDI Collection to the DEN website. You can access the collection using the navigation at the top of the DEN website or by going directly to this location:

www.YamahaDEN.com/midi-files
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Johansson Captures International Piano-e-Competition Crown

PeterFriisJohansson 02smallYamaha Disklavier Plays Instrumental Role in Most Prestigious Competition for Pianists Under 32 

“The Piano-e-Competition certainly shows the remarkable remote performance capabilities of the Disklavier, and highlights how this technology can connect the music world like never before,” said Jim Levesque, Yamaha

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Stella Sick Gives Long Distance Master Class for International Institute for Young Musicians

MasterClassIIYM2014 01smallYamaha’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.
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Pianist Paul Sheftel Uses Disklavier to Raise Funds for African School

Paul Talking to Shana PHOTO: JAMES STEEBERAt a recent gathering on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, a small crowd filled the salon of pianist and educator Paul Sheftel. This was the last of several such events, all held in private spaces around the city during 2013 and 2014, all organized to raise funds for the Mali Nyeta organization, a foundation oversees education and public health projects in Mali and the surrounding areas. One of the projects, an elementary school, even bears the name “l’Ecole Paul Sheftel.” 
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Technology for Inspired Teaching 2014

Technology for Inspired Teaching 2014

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.

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