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Yamaha Artist Services, New York

YCAA

Bonnie Barrett - Director


AR Responsibilities:
  • Classical Piano
Other areas of responsibility:
  • The eleventh floor houses the Band and Orchestral Atelier, which features a full service custom instrument shop for professional players.
  • Classical artists/institutional support

Since its establishment in April 1987 in New York City, Yamaha Artist Services, New York has gained wide recognition for its exemplary service to the global performing arts community.

In its new quarters, Yamaha Artist Services, New York occupies two separate floors at 689 Fifth Avenue. The entire third floor is devoted to pianos, with an on-going selection of performance-ready CFIIIS concert grand pianos and Disklavier® reproducing grand pianos. This floor also features an artist lounge, a practice studio, a small stage, business offices, and a workshop for concert piano technicians. The main room showcases activities such as concerts, master classes, press events and web casts.

The piano salon offers a cutting-edge sound environment known as Yamaha Active Field Control. This sound processing technology can shape and correct room acoustics with amazing results, even allowing authentic simulation of other performing arts venues.

The eleventh floor houses the Band and Orchestral Atelier, which features a full service custom instrument shop for professional players. It offers virtuoso orchestral musicians unique customizations, quick repairs and previews of prototype professional instruments.

Adjacent to the Band and Orchestral facility is Yamaha Music Interactive (YMIA) a Yamaha subsidiary engaged in software and hardware content development, content distribution, publishing and e-commerce.

In addition Yamaha Artist Services, New York offers support designed to meet the unique needs of artists, artists' managers, performing arts organizations and educational institutions.

Application Process
If you have tried or currently play Yamaha instruments and know that they are your first choice of musical expression, you may consider applying for a Yamaha artist designation. It is necessary for a person to have an established career in the music industry if he or she wishes to be considered as a Yamaha artist.

Please send a promotional package to:

Yamaha Artist Services, New York
Attn: Bonnie Barrett - Director
689 5th ave, 3rd Floor
New York, NY 10022
Phone: 212-339-9995 ext.223
Fax: 212-339-9970