Yamaha Music School

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Yamaha Music School developed teaching courses for music lessons, which are part of teaching programmes operated in Yamaha Music Schools worldwide. Their first music school opened in Japan in 1954, and there are now over 6,000 locations operating in 42 countries around the world. Their aim is to nurture musical abilities of children and to offer continuous support in teaching. Yamaha cooperates with local subsidiary companies in Latin America to hold maintenance projects to teach people to maintain and repair their instruments

Corporate Social Responsibility

Music Time ProgramYamaha provides children with the opportunity to play musical instruments when they would have had no access to them before. The Music Time program runs in public elementary schools in various regions around the world and Yamaha create the opportunity for musical performances. The program was developed in Asian countries in 2015, and provides music lessons within a public school curriculum, providing children from less wealthy families the opportunity of learning an instrument. Musical instruments and textbooks are provided, as well as a training program for instructors. As of 2016, 52 schools in Malaysia and 90 schools in Indonesia have participated in the Music Time program.

Youth Development in Central and South AmericaIn countries in Central and South America, Yamaha contributes to free music education for regional youth orchestras and band groups. Their aim is to create a positive environment for children and support their development, helping to prevent them from leaning towards crime and violence.

Financial Information

· Required investment: £46,232 - £92,464
· Upfront fee: £832


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