Yamaha Artist

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The term Yamaha Artist refers to musical instrumentalists (or artists) who choose, officially, to play any of a large group of Yamaha musical instruments.

The program of artists endorsing Yamaha is managed by Yamaha Corporate Artist Affairs, located in Franklin, Tennessee. There is also an office in New York City which exclusively handles Yamaha Artists in the classical music field, as relates to Yamaha (piano) and Yamaha Band and Orchestra instruments - namely those in the brass and woodwind families. Other offices relating to Yamaha (guitar) and Yamaha Drums are located in Buena Park, California. The office in New York is known as Yamaha Artist Services, Inc. and was founded in 1987 and serves the world of Yamaha classical piano artists.

Additionally, there exists a growing web of Yamaha Artist Services offices in such cities as Paris, Seoul, London, Tokyo, and Moscow.

Notable Yamaha Artists[edit]

Bob James, Sir Elton John, Karmin, Alicia Keys, Olga Kern, Stevie Wonder, Costantino Catena, Abbey Simon, Mark Gasser, U2, Frederic Chiu, James Blunt, Tony Bennett, Randy Jackson, Nathan East, Bert Jansch, Sir Paul McCartney, Ryan Shore, Denis Matsuev, Eduard Kunz, Phil Ramone, Michael Bublé, Mimi Stillman, Maria João Pires, Norah Jones, Barry Manilow, Chick Corea, Jamie Cullum, Alexander Kobrin, Sheryl Crow, A Fine Frenzy, Josh Groban, Michael Tilson Thomas, Oxana Yablonskaya, Sarah McLachlan, David Braid, James Taylor, Justin Timberlake Andrew Markworth Don Alder

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