Yamaha‘s Inventory Acquisition Program

Our educational consultants are prepared to help you assess your instrument inventory and to develop a sustainable plan that exceeds expectations. We help you consider issues of value preservation, educational applications of new technologies, faculty training and engagement, as well as the practical issues of fundraising and purchasing.

Making the Most with What You Have

We help you determine the usability of the instruments that you have, how to service the instruments that you plan to keep, and what you need to acquire.



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Value That Lasts

Protect your investment with instruments which will serve today's students - and tomorrow's. Paired with an appropriate management program, your assets will sustain and enable your future.



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Always Innovating

Whether it's long distance teaching or engaging with composition software and mobile apps - our pianos’ technology is an essential part of contemporary music education and music-making.



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A Custom Approach

Students and faculty are the center of every institution, and engaging with them from the onset is a priority with our team. Whether it's the selection of a CFX concert grand, a visit to the Bösendorfer factory in Vienna, or training with the Disklavier or hybrid piano, Yamaha is prepared to work directly with your faculty.



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Reaching Your Goals

We have an experienced national network of dealers to assist you with your instrument acquisition goals - while keeping budget at the forefront.

“We didn’t just buy pianos. We entered into a meaningful relationship with a company that has become a true partner. Our collaboration with Yamaha has been personal, positive, and has allowed us to elevate the standard of music making here. You can expect great things from Yamaha!”

Dr. William Stowman, Department of Music Chair, Messiah College

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