Saturday, March 24, 2018

Enriching Education: Upgrade Your Sound

Music & Arts announces the Spring 2018 schedule for its acclaimed "Upgrade Your Sound" event tour, featuring additional dates and locations than in previous years. This popular, free event invites students, musicians, educators and parents to test drive a very wide assortment of woodwind, brass and string instruments, speak with instrument specialists from major brands, and receive discounts and special financing offers from Music & Arts—all under one roof.

From March through the end of May, the tour will visit multiple cities across the U.S. and will include two event series: Horns of Plenty events will offer a large selection of woodwind and brass instruments, while String Showcase events will offer orchestral instruments. Guests can also consult with instrument specialists from Music & Arts and top brands like Yamaha, Bach, Giardinelli, Conn-Selmer, Buffet, Fox, Eastman, Strobel, Howard Core, Vandoren, Rico and more. Participants can sign up online to request brands and models they would like to try at the event. View all dates and RSVP here.

“In today's world, it has become very difficult for teachers and their students to try many different instruments, particularly at one place,” says David Fuhr, vice president of sales, Music & Arts.” The Music & Arts team feels strongly in our mission to help connect students with an instrument to reach their musical dreams. Watching them find that right instrument is an exciting and rewarding experience.”

National Sales Director, Jeremy Mueller, adds, “I'm excited to announce that this year is our best year yet, with more events and more instruments than ever before. Our 'Upgrade Your Sound' events provide players with an enormous selection and unbelievable pricing, rebates, and financing that make buying an instrument affordable for every budget and a one-of-a-kind experience.”

The “Upgrade Your Sound” event tour has been expanded for Spring 2018 and will take place at a wide selection of Music & Arts stores and other locations in communities across the U.S.

Anyone not living near a tour stop can visit one of Music & Arts’ more than 160 locations to try out upgraded instruments featured at the events.

For more information about Upgrade Your Sound or to RSVP for an event nearby,

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