Jazz musician Jamie Cullum used Yamaha musical instruments for a recent performance, it ha been revealed.
The star took centre stage in Hamburg to entertain crowds with the electronics firm’s new CF6 piano.
Some 4,000 fans attended the open air concert, taking in the quality of Cullum’s piano and vocal skills.
Not even poor weather dampened the spirits as Cullum and the musical instrument battled through, finishing with a rendition of Singing In The Rain.
The Yamaha CF Series of concert pianos comprises several models, all of which offer users top performance, durability and value and are built completely by hand.
Yamaha’s European director of pianos Mark Rolfe said: “[The] CF Series can be characterised by Yamaha’s revered reputation for tonal clarity, incredibly deep and rich bass, open broad sonority and a long, singing sustain.”
Pianist Harry Harris last month demonstrated the Yamaha N3 Hybrid piano, which combines the traditional and the modern, at an event in Leicester
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