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Yamaha Music School launches its first classes in Riyadh

Yamaha Music School Riyadh Branch. (supplied)
Yamaha Music School Riyadh Branch. (supplied)
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12 May 2022 03:05:42 GMT9
12 May 2022 03:05:42 GMT9

Abdullah Al Rushud

RIYADH: In November 2021, Yamaha Corporation opened the Yamaha Music School Riyadh as the first authorized facility for music education in Saudi Arabia.

Yamaha Music School Riyadh is in a shopping mall in the heart of Riyadh, the capital of Saudi Arabia, and adjacent to a showroom that displays Yamaha musical instruments and audio equipment.

The school facility is equipped with musical instruments for students to have the best experience. It also has a variety of lessons that meet the broad needs of people, from four-year-old children to adults interested in music.

At present, the school offers a variety of courses such as piano, keyboard, violin, classical guitar, electric guitar, acoustic guitar, electric bass, ukulele, and vocals.

Yamaha music courses began in Japan in 1954. Today, Yamaha Music School has grown into a system recognized throughout the world as having 20,000 teachers and at least 750,000 students in 6,400 locations in the world. Accordingly, over six million students have reportedly graduated from Yamaha Music Schools.

Nowadays, people of all ages can study music through original curriculums that include a variety of skills in performance techniques, music theory, reading, and ensemble performances.

Yamaha Music School (aDawliah) provides a high-quality music education system due to teachers with diverse backgrounds who have received a high degree of training and attained a high level of skills.

Yamaha states that it is planning to open schools in the major Saudi Arabian cities of Jeddah and Al Khobar, establish music promotional activities in Saudi Arabia, and contribute to the development of music culture in the entire kingdom.

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