News & Events
NOW AVAILABLE: Our new Clavinova CLP-795GP and CLP-785
The two premium models of our new CLP-700 series are now available at designated music stores, ready to be discovered by you.
Yamaha assists with remote entrance exams at Freiburg University of Music
Yamaha Corporation has cooperated with Freiburg University of Music (in Freiburg, Germany) to facilitate the entrance examinations conducted on June 10, using our Disklavier™ pianos with an automatic performance function. Yamaha supported these remote entrance exams by connecting pianos in Germany with Japan and China over the Internet, enabling examinees to take practical piano performance exams from remote locations.
Yamaha presents the new Clavinova CLP-700 Series
Setting new high-quality standards can once again be seen with the new Clavinova CLP-700 series.
Three Yamaha Products Win 2020 Red Dot Awards for Product Design
We are proud to announce that three products have been selected to receive the coveted Red Dot Award for Product Design 2020: the CP88/CP73 Stage Pianos, the Sonogenic SHS-500, and our innovative Solo Guitar Stool.
Yamaha CP88/CP73 Stage Pianos, STORIA Acoustic Guitars, and Sonogenic SHS-500 Keytars Selected for iF Design Awards
Yamaha Corporation announces that this year three of its designs were selected to receive an iF Design Award, which is a prestigious German design award: namely, the CP88/CP73 stage pianos, the STORIA acoustic guitars, and the Sonogenic SHS-500 keytars.
Three Yamaha Designs Selected in the Good Design Awards 2019
Yamaha Corporation announces that this year three of its designs received Good Design Awards, which is an award sponsored by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion: namely the CP88/CP73 stage pianos, the STORIA acoustic guitar, and the SoundUD Consortium.
Yamaha Dear Glenn Project Unveils AI System that Reproduces Performance Style of Legendary Pianist Glenn Gould at Ars Electronica Festival
Yamaha Corporation will unveil the world's first Artificial Intelligence(AI) piano system based on deep learning technology that is capable of playing any piece of music in the style of late legendary pianist Glenn Gould while interacting with humans in a music ensemble on September 7, the third day of the Ars Electronica Festival, one of the world's largest media arts festivals, held in Linz, Austria. The AI system will give a concert performance together with several renowned performers of today. There will also be a panel session about the future of music and AI. The project has also been recognized as one of several efforts celebrating 150 Years of Japanese-Austrian relations.