News & Events
Percussionist Theodor Milkov join the Yamaha Artist Family
One of the most innovative players, Theodor Milkov, has taken the marimba to a new level of performance.
“Play what you play well!” - New Video with Donald Tardy, drummer of OBITUARY.
In 1984 - together with his brother John- drummer Donald Tardy formed OBITUARY, the band that would later create and refine death metal, a genre that still has a strong impact on extreme and not so extreme metal today.
Yamaha supports the North Sea Jazz Festival 2017 as a sponsor
Yamaha partook in this year’s North Sea Jazz Festival by providing numerous instruments for the internationally renowned event.
51. Montreux Jazz Festival
From 30th June to 15th July 2017, the annual Montreux Jazz Festival takes place again: a fascinating musical odyssey that has been taking place since 1967 every summer at the idyllic location on Lake Geneva.
Unleash your artistic potential with the new top-of-the-line TP-8300R
Yamaha announced the launch of the new top-of-the-line TP-8300R timpani series.
Yamaha & Neil Percy, Percussion
Neil Percy is the principal percussionist with the London Symphony Orchestra. With a passion for music education, he is also head of Timpani and Percussion at the Royal Academy of Music in London.
Yamaha & Maurizio Simeoli, Flutes And Piccolos
The impossible dream - the quest for the ‘special’ sound results in success for Maurizio Simeoli and Yamaha
Yamaha Symphonic Band
Formed in 1961, the Yamaha Symphonic Band is made up from members from every division in the Yamaha Corporation, ranging from those involved with wind instrument manufacture right through to designers of electronic instruments and audio-visual products.
Innovative Jazz Scholars Programme takes Yamaha to Parliament
Launched in 2007, the annual Yamaha Jazz Scholars scheme is the UK’s most prominent jazz education programme. This success is due to influential partnerships with Jazzwise, Europe’s most popular jazz magazine, Jazz Services, the leading national jazz organisation in the UK, and the powerful All-Party Parliamentary Jazz Appreciation group, which champions jazz and music education in general within the British Parliament.