The Venova is intended to be super accessible and fun to play, without requiring years of practice and private lessons to learn. It’s a hybrid instrument that blends the simplicity of a recorder with the sound of a saxophone.
When Torakusu Yamaha repaired a broken reed organ back in 1887 and then successfully built one of his own, the Yamaha story began.
Check out this rendition of “When the Saints Go Marching In,” on Yamaha’s latest wind instrument, the Venova. These instruments are durable, water-washable, and compact, so they make a great option for music on the go and, they’re just really fun!
Yamaha’s Venova has a durable, compact body with an authentic sound. It’s the perfect option to take your music on the go!
Each year Yamaha Corporation’s Young Artist Services and Band and Orchestra Division honor and encourage young musicians through the Yamaha Young Performing Artists (YYPA) Competition
P-115’s Pure CF Sound Engine reproduces the sound of the Yamaha concert grand with improved damper resonance and reverb effects, to allow the use of dynamics not typically available in a digital piano of this size and price range.