NAMM Musikmesse claims Russian success
NAMM Musikmesse Russia, which ran from 14-17th September, has been hailed a success by the organisers who claim attendance of over 12,000 at the show, which is now in its sixth year.
NAMM says that for the first time, the trade fair presented five pavilions dedicated to different product groups, including Guitar World pavilion dedicated to guitars and accessories; Drummers United presenting drums and percussion; DJ & Electro World featuring equipment for electronic and club music; Keyboards World showcasing keyboards, acoustic musical instruments and accessories.
More than 140 brands were represented at the show, including Yamaha, Pioneer DJ, Pioneer Professional Audio, A & T Trade, Asia Music, BAM, Blastbeat DrumShop, CONTENT MusicMag, Di-Sound, Inspector Guitars, LTM, Lutner Spb Inc., MAGMA MUSIC SA, MBOX – Organ Salon, MuzTorg, Piano Victory, Proaudio Systems and Yerasov Music Corp.
The strategic partner of NAMM Musikmesse Russia, Yamaha Musical Instrument Company, presented in a separate pavilion known as the Yamaha Weekend Hall, which featured the company’s musical instruments for trial, as well as sessions with top musicians.
NAMM Musikmesse Russian will return to Sokolniki Center from 13-16th September 2018.
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