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View the complete line of legendary instruments from Armstrong, Selmer, Bach, Conn, King, Holton, Leblanc, and Yanagisawa.
See the full representation of violins, violas, cellos, and basses from Glaesel, William Lewis & Son, and Scherl & Roth.
See the full representation of combo kits, drum kits, xylo-kits, bell kits and mallets from Ludwig and Musser.
Musser’s creation of the best mallet percussion instruments reflects the pride of the musicians playing them and the craftsmen who hand assemble them.
Led by Dr. Tim Lautzenheiser, Conn-Selmer Institute is the preeminent event focused on music education.
We are pleased to announce the establishment of the Conn-Selmer VIP initiative launched in the fall of 2011.
Find out why top programs throughout the country have selected Conn-Selmer instruments for their programs and how YOU can become an endorsing school.
If you are in need of assistance for professional development events, the Conn-Selmer Division of Education faculty of world class educators offers speakers for many different topics.
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Learn more about what you can expect and how you can be prepared to support your student in their first years of beginning band & orchestra.
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Founded in 1931, by William Teasdale Armstrong, the Armstrong brand has built a legacy of trust and dependability with educators around the world.
Founded in 1939, by Donald Artley in Elkhart, Indiana, Artley became well known for high quality affordable woodwinds.
With a $300 investment for a foot-operated lathe, Vincent Bach began making mouthpieces in 1918, trumpets in 1924, and trombones in 1925.
In 1939, principal trumpet for the Detroit and Chicago Symphonies, Elden Benge began making custom symphony trumpets.
Founded in 1875, by Colonel Charles Gerard Conn, the Conn company has been associated with brass and woodwind instruments.
Founded in 1893, by Henderson White, King is today known for brass instruments. However, the legacy of craftsmanship has included woodwinds.
In 1885, following graduation from the Paris Conservatory, Henri Selmer and brother Alexandre began building reeds and woodwind instruments in Paris, France.