Yamaha Corporation of America

Tradition, Innovation, Synergy: Yamaha Continues to Set Gold Standard in Percussion Landscape

Yamaha got its start making musical instruments in 1887. At the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, a Yamaha piano and organ received an honorary grand prize. In 1967, Yamaha parlayed its substantial expertise with wood and steel from piano manufacturing into an exciting new area: building the world’s finest drum kits. The drum lineup expanded to both marching and concert percussion products in late 1984, when the company embarked on its mission to become the world’s leading percussion instrument manufacturer.

Yamaha Announces Sounds of Summer 2012 Camp Season Roster

Yamaha is pleased to announce its 2012 Sounds Of Summer (SOS) Program. An integral part of the continuing education of thousands of percussion students nationwide, the Yamaha SOS program connects eveloping musicians with some of the top names in marching percussion.

Yamaha Tyros Keyboard Bats a Thousand at Oakland Coliseum

For the last three decades, the Oakland A’s have pumped recorded music into their ballpark to enhance the fan experience on game days. A few years ago, when team officials decided they wanted live music during home games, they considered the cost of installing an organ in the Oakland Coliseum – and balked.

Yamaha Congratulates Jens Lindemann on Critical Acclaim for 'DREAMING OF THE MASTERS' CD

Yamaha Artist Services Indianapolis congratulates internationally renowned trumpet soloist and Yamaha artist, Jens Lindemann, whose most recent CD, Dreaming of the Masters, has just earned the coveted titles “Solo CD of the Year” and “Solo Recording of the Year” by the popular website, 4barsrest and famed magazine, British Bandsmen, respectively. Lindemann favors a range of Yamaha horns including the YTR-9335VS and collaborated on the development of the YTR-988.

Yamaha Congratulates Recorder Express Author on ‘Best Tools for Schools’ Award Win

Yamaha Band and Orchestral Division congratulates longtime Yamaha friend and collaborator Artie Almeida on the win of the online version of her book, Recorder Express, for an SBO magazine “Best Tools For Schools Award.” Prevailing in the “Best Teaching Tool For Young/Elementary Students” category, the game was selected by a discerning team of expert educators and administrators in attendance at the 2012 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California.

Yamaha ACP Acoustic Conditioning Panels Honored With SBO’s ‘BEST TOOLS FOR SCHOOLS’ Award

Yamaha’s Acoustic Conditioning Panels have been named one of 2012’s Best Tools for Schools by School Band and Orchestra magazine. Recognized as the “Best Concert Band/Orchestra Teaching Tool” for classroom use, the Panels were selected by a discerning team of expert educators and administrators in attendance at the 2012 Winter NAMM show in Anaheim, California.

Yamaha Honors SMU Meadows School of the Arts With 50th Anniversary Partnership Award

Yamaha Corporation of America presented a 50th Anniversary Year Partnership Award to Southern Methodist University in a ceremony on September 23.

Long-Time Yamaha Drum & Bugle Corps Madison Scouts Releases App for iPhone & Android Smartphones

The First Yamaha Drum & Bugle Corps Recently Released its iPhone and Android Apps, Now Available at the iTunes Store and Android Market