Whether you are playing the intro to Clocks by Coldplay or you are playing Chopin’s, the piano has the power to move, excite, and inspire. The only hurdle you have between you and playing that favorite song is learning how to first place it and practicing it in a way that you can play it well enough. Taking Bay Area piano lessons and working with an experienced and well qualified piano teacher gives you an opportunity to establish some of the best techniques. However, the authentic playability, natural sound and innovative features found in a digital piano help in making learning more enjoyable. Continue reading →
What Can You Do To Protect Your Piano From Weather Warping?
Piano maintenance and care are important aspects of owning a piano. There are quite a number of environmental factors that can affect the state of your piano ranging from minor effects to bigger and more costly damages. Owning a Bay Area piano requires a bit of extra care to extend the lifetime of your piano. Chances are that you’ve seen pianos in different homes collect dust, picture frames and other items that can scuff the outer polish. Some factors can also affect the inner part of your piano as well. Two of these factors include temperature and humidity.
Since the year 1900 when Yamaha built its first piano in Japan, it has consistently led various methods to improve its piano-making tradition. Its methods of making pianos have for years been very effective and satisfactory for all of its users. It releases pianos of the best quality and tone. The company has a history of producing some of the finest pianos. Yamaha uses better materials and designs to keep the standard of their products sky high. Today we are going to explore the different types of Yamaha pianos. Continue reading →
I have been offering piano lessons to teenagers for quite some time now. Most of the teenagers I come across express little to no interest at all towards learning on how to play the instrument. However, in most cases at least for me, this stage is short-lived. From the many years, I have spent teaching teenagers on how to play the piano, I’ve come to learn the secret that will help them get motivated to learn the piano. The primary secret is connecting with your teen students in a way that will make them feel valued and understood. Continue reading →
Yamaha’s new Clavinova CSP Digital Piano is something that’s never been seen before! It is the world’s first piano that is able to scan a user’s music library on a smart tablet and transfer those notes and chords to the piano in the form of lights. Even if you have never played the piano before, owners of this Clavinova will now be able to follow the stream of lights and play the tune to their favorite songs! Continue reading →
Commemorating 30 years of the Yamaha Disklavier’s excellence and innovation
Roughly 30 years ago, the Yamaha Corporation of America introduced the first MX-100A: the Yamaha Disklavier; a 48-inch, upright reproducing piano. Powered by a PianoSoft music library and comprised of a mere eleven 3.5 inch magnetic floppy disks, this was the first MX-100A launched in the U.S. Continue reading →
The piano is a great musical instrument for musicians and learners alike, be it for passing time in a productive way or establishing a musical career. If you wish to take up piano lessons in the Bay Area, the following are some essential tips that will guarantee your practice lessons are fruitful and you have a wonderful playing experience. Continue reading →
“Music connects people to each other all over the world, regardless of their age. This New Year, bring your family and loved ones together to reconnect with the beautiful enjoyment of music.
Yamaha shares your commitment to family and passion for music. In the spirit of the New Year, when you purchase a new Yamaha upright or grand piano, Yamaha will gift you up to $350*. Not only will a piano fill your home with music, it will give your family an opportunity to advance their musical skills and enrich your lives for years to come.” Continue reading →
Benefits of teaching and learning music from childhood to adulthood
Yamaha’s flagship music store located in Wardour Street, Soho London, recently conducted a survey that involved more than 1,000 adults from all over the UK in a bid to discover their views regarding learning to play a particular music instrument. Findings showed that 60% of the adults wanted to start learning at the beginning of the New Year, but in the case of children, the future seemed a bit bleak. Continue reading →