New Stop for Music Lovers

Published: 22nd December 2014 06:03 AM  |   Last Updated: 22nd December 2014 06:03 AM   |  A+A-

CHENNAI: The new music station, launched by Musee Musicals and Yamaha Music India on Friday, includes a range of music instruments like guitars, drums, keyboards and synthesisers. With the new station, the store is set to become a hub for aspiring musicians and performers.

Kishore Das, CEO, Musee Musicals, said, “We are excited to be associated with Yamaha, which is one of the world’s largest manufacturers of musical instruments. The Yamaha music station is a step towards ensuring that musicians of the city can experience a complete ensemble of instruments.”

The store is the third venture by Yamaha and Musee Musicals group, the others being Yamaha Piano salon in the city and Yamaha Music Square in Hyderabad. Marking the opening ceremony as a significant milestone, Hitoshi Mochizuki, managing director, Yamaha Music India, said, “ It is a tremendous combo of musical instruments’ school and store, which will attract customers from all sections and age groups. Exploring Indian market with an aggressive associate like Musee Musicals has been an enthralling journey and a huge commercial success.”

The organisers said that though the instruments could be a little expensive because of their high quality, those who could not afford it could come to the store and play them. Musician Stephen Devassy was also present on the occasion.

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