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Yamaha grand pianos are the first choice of countless American and international pianists, and are featured center stage in the world’s most prestigious concert halls, music conservatories, international piano competitions, and music festivals.

Yamaha - A New Paradigm in Pianos

Classic Pianos proudly showcases all Yamaha grand piano models — including the 6’ 11” S6, and the CFIII 9’ 0” concert grand.

Classic Pianos is proud to be the exclusive Yamaha Dealer in the Portland Metro, Bend, Vancouver, and Longview area. Classic has won Dealer of the Year awards from Yamaha’s Keyboard Division two times. January, 2014 marked the first time that Yamaha Corp. of America has ever presented this distinction to the same dealer twice.

More than a century has passed since Torakusu Yamaha handcrafted the first piano ever made in Japan, followed by the first Japanese grand piano in 1902. Today’s Yamaha grand pianos...distinguished by Yamaha’s registered trademark of three tuning forks...represent unparalleled Tone, Precision of Touch, Dynamic Range, Quality Control, and Lasting Value.

Portland’s “City of Roses” has climbed to national ranking for hosting some of the most prestigious music festivals in America where classical and jazz pianists appear in concert. Classic Pianos of Portland salutes Portland Piano International, Mt. Hood Jazz Festival, and Portland Jazz Festival for their dedication in presenting recitals and concerts by some of the finest musicians in the world.

Past classical recitals for Portland Piano International have included appearances by some of the outstanding pianists who are on Yamaha’s Artist Roster: Sara Davis Buechner, Frederic Chiu, Naida Cole, Anthony de Mare, Olga Kern, Alexander Kobrin, Abbey Simon, and Oxana Yablonskaya.

Yamaha Jazz Artists who have appeared in Portland for the Mt. Hood Jazz Festival and Portland Jazz Festival have included Tony Bennett, Chick Corea, Tom Grant, Bob James, Eric Reed, and Dan Siegel.

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