Menu

The Yamaha Disklavier Education Network

Latest news, tips and musings from Disklavier professionals.

AvantGrand Helps Bravo! Vail Keep the Music Playing

In a normal summer, the hills of Vail, Colorado, are alive with the sounds of the long-running Bravo! festival. But this is far from a normal summer, of course. Still, with Yamaha Artist Anne-Marie McDermott at the helm as artistic director, the festival adapted with an unwavering committment to providing live music. In addition to the now-common online concerts and educational offerings, and the limited-seating outdoor concerts you might expect, Bravo! also commissioned a fully mobile stage, dubbed "The Music Box", to roam the streets of Vail, providing chamber music to anyone who cared to pause for a socially-distanced short program. 
Anne-Marie McDermott plays a Yamaha AvantGrand N3X at Bravo! Vail
Continue reading

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
Continue reading

Making the Most of Streaming Musical Performances

Let's face it, most musicians and music educators won't be working in live venues in the near future. If we want to keep playing live, or if we need to create appealing music education content, we need some solutions right away. Luckily, there are just a few tips and low-cost accessories you can add to your home teaching/playing enviroment to make a HUGE difference in the quality that your listeners experience. You may already even have some of these at home. 
Continue reading

Drake's New Bösendorfer is Simply Exquisite

Drake's New Bösendorfer is Simply Exquisite
Canadian Rapper Drake, had the designer and architect Ferris Rafauli build an exclusive mansion in his hometown of Toronto. Read all the details at Bösendorfer.com

Peter Dugan and Charles Yang Celebrate Bill Withers

DuganYangPosterImage What happens when a couple of versatile and energetic artists decide to celebrate a lost legend?

Check out this inspiring cover of the Bill Withers classic Lean on Me by Yamaha artist Peter Dugan and violinist Charles Yang.

Popular Topics