10 March 2020
By Ellie Palmer
Do you work for a charity, school or community organisation? Jamie Cullum wants to give you the opportunity to win his piano
Yamaha and jazz artist Jamie Cullum have teamed up to give you the chance to win a Yamaha S6 grand.
The competition is open to all good causes, whether that be a school, a charity or community organisation.
Entrants must write and record an original song, telling the story of how their nominated good cause would benefit from winning the piano.
Jamie Cullum comments: 'If you are a charity, community group or a school, you could win this very piano; this Yamaha S6 grand, that has been living for the last few years in my studio. I've written loads of songs on it, I've recorded albums on it.'
Yamaha’s Piano Product Specialist, Phil Power says: 'Through this initiative, we hope that Jamie’s piano will inspire music making and creativity within communities. Our ambition is for the piano to make a real difference to the winning organisation, its community and all those who will have access to it.'
The competition will close on 31 May 2020. Songs can be recorded as video or audio and should be uploaded via the competition page at uk.yamaha.com, where full terms and conditions can also be found. The winning entry will be selected by Jamie himself and announced on 30th June 2020.
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