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UCLA Purchases Yamaha DCFX Disklavier Concert Grand Piano to Enhance Capabilities of Herb Alpert School of Music

L to R: Walter Ponce, UCLA; Jun Fujimoto, Yamaha; Inna Faliks, UCLA; Judith L. Smith, UCLA; and Neal Stulberg, UCLA.The DEN is so excited for our colleagues at UCLA to have added ANOTHER Disklavier to their stable! Read on....

LOS ANGELES (PRWEB) JUNE 28, 2016
University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) has purchased a new Yamaha Disklavier CFX concert grand piano (DCFX) for its Herb Alpert School of Music, designated this past January as the university's twelfth professional school and the first school of music in the University of California system. The instrument was specially selected by Yamaha Artist Inna Faliks, who also serves as professor of piano and head of piano at UCLA.
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Dr. Ajero and Son, Nio Ajero, Perform Long Distance to an Audience in Germany


Mario Ajero, Assistant Professor of Piano Pedagogy at the Stephen F. Austin State University, has been a pioneer in the field of long distance performance and instruction using the Disklavier piano. On this occasion, he has enabled a performance by his son, Nio. At 4:30 in the video, you can clearly see that the keys of the Disklavier piano in Germany are being played by young Nio from Texas. At 8:45, the Remnant Piano Duo perform from Germany to Texas.

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