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Yamaha electric violins bring players an inspired design, all from natural wood materials

Yamaha electric violins bring players an inspired design, all from natural wood materials

Grammy Award Winner Kevin "K.O." Olusola of Pentatonix Joins Yamaha Artist Roster

Yamaha Welcomes Violin Sensation Lindsey Stirling to its Artist Roster

Yamaha Strings Artist Christian Howes Brings 12th Annual Creative Strings Workshop and Festival to Central Ohio

New V Series Violin/Cello Outfits Offer Students High Quality and Durability For Practice and Performance

Yamaha Competes In New Market with Affordable, High Quality Outfits For Beginner String Players

Yamaha Supports National String Project Consortium with $5,000 Grant

Eclectic, Electric: Composer, Violinist and Musical Entrepreneur Nina Digregorio Rocks Yamaha

Limited Edition Yamaha SLB-200LTD Elevates the Silent Bass to A New Level

Innovative Design Enables Supreme Portability Without Sacrificing Tonal
Qualities; Features High Grade Maple Neck and Ebony Fingerboard

Antonio Pontarelli Debuts at Carnegie Hall

NEW YORK, NY – June 20, 2010 was a night to remember for Yamaha Violin Artist Antonio Pontarelli, performing for the first time at the world famous Carnegie Hall as Concertmaster of the World Civic Orchestra (WCO). The evening featured Pontarelli as soloist in a newly commissioned work by Dana Wilson titled "We Must Prevail," as well as the George Gershwin classic "Summertime." Playing on both an acoustic violin and his Yamaha EV-204 Electric Violin, Pontarelli brought his unique style to the evening, which was the inaugural concert for the World Civic Orchestra, conducted by WCO Music Director Vincent Koh.

Yamaha Corporation of America Presents Day of Jazz Violin

Live concert broadcast featuring five renowned jazz violinists.

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