News & Events
Friends of Yamaha (2019)
Yamaha Music School has been in Singapore since the 1960s. Through the decades, our dedicated team of instructors strived to nurture the musicality of our students and instill the joy of creating and sharing music so that they develop a lifelong love for music. Some of our students and even parents are here to share with us their experience of the Yamaha Music Education System (YMES).
Saxophone Workshop by Dan Gelok
Yamaha Approved by Science Based Target Initiative for Greenhouse Gas Emissions Reduction Target, Expresses Support for TCFD Recommendations
One of the key strategies of the Yamaha Group's "Make Waves 1.0" medium-term management plan, announced in April 2019, is to "contribute to society through our business." By engaging in environmental conservation efforts such as sustainable use of timber, development of environmentally friendly products, and reduction of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions, Yamaha aims to co-exist with the natural environment and contribute to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by UN.
Yamaha AV Experience Studio 1st Anniversary Celebration Party – Demo Set Clearance Up to 60% Off & special events!
Flexible Yamaha Solution Joins Dutch Community
Although the Dutch village of Vredepeel only has 245 permanent residents, it has a remarkable sense of community. Having raised over 100,000 EUR towards the cost of combining the church and community centre, they are now enjoying all the benefits of a flexible, networked Yamaha audio system.
Yamaha CL/QL Series Feature Vlog updated.
"Controlling Sony DWR Systems from Yamaha CL/QL V5.1" released.
Taking A Culture Trip To Better Meetings With Yamaha
Based in London’s Mayfair, but with offices and freelance contributors based around the world, the award-winning Culture Trip is a fast-growing travel, media and entertainment business which creates stories to highlight what is unique and special about a place, its people and culture. Yamaha VXL1 line array loudspeakers and an MTX3 matrix processor form a key part of a new audio system which has radically improved the company’s meetings.
Yamaha Helps Signal The Return Of LocHal To The People Of Tilburg
For 77 years the locomotive repair facility in the Dutch city of Tilburg was a vital part of the Nederlandse Spoorwegen (NS, or Dutch Railways) network. Employing hundreds of local people, its 2009 closure had a profound effect on the area. But now the building has been reborn as a major cultural and learning centre, where Yamaha audio systems are helping to drive the train of new innovation forward.