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Yamaha 125th Anniversary Dealer Concert Starring Elton John to Be Streamed Live with TriCaster

Historic Event Featuring Top Artists Can Now Be Experienced on Computers and Mobile Devices, and at Select Yamaha DisklavierTV Locations Around the World— Live streamed by TriCaster
Anaheim, California (1/25/2013) -


Yamaha’s 125th Anniversary Dealer Concert featuring Elton John performing with a 60-piece orchestra will be streamed live via the NewTek TriCaster over the Internet on January 25, 2013, beginning at 8:00 pm Pacific Standard Time, U.S. Elton John will start his performance at approximately 10:25 pm Pacific Standard Time, U.S. The concert will take place at Disneyland’s Hyperion Theater in Anaheim, California and the stream will be available for viewing at and

Joining the “Rocket Man” onstage will be Amy Grant, Chaka Khan, Dave Grusin, Earth, Wind & Fire, David Foster, Dave Koz, James Newton Howard, LEOGUN, Landon Pigg, Lucy Schwartz, Michael McDonald, Sarah McLachlan, Sinbad and Toto. Legendary bass player Nathan East will serve as music director.

In addition to the TriCaster live stream of the entire, three-hour concert to computers and mobile devices, Yamaha will showcase its groundbreaking DisklavierTV, powered by RemoteLive technology. Elton John, the marquee performer of our generation, will play five songs on a Yamaha Disklavier reproducing piano onstage with the orchestra, which will be streamed live over the Internet simultaneously to remote Disklavier pianos in Japan, Korea, Australia, Russia, Canada, Germany, United Kingdom, France, Singapore and the United States. His actual piano keystrokes will be faithfully played, note for note, in real time (via MIDI data) on each of the remote instruments just as if he were there, while the entire orchestra will be seen and heard on adjacent monitors in perfect sync with the remote piano performances. 


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