Music China 2015 aims to offer a wealth of face-to-face opportunities between buyers and sellers crucial for ongoing business growth within a challenging economy.
Launched in 2002, Music China is now the largest music show in Asia and is an ideal gate-way to a multitude of business opportunities in the China and Asian markets. During the past thirteen years, Music China has gradually earned its reputation as a premium business, educational and marketing platform for musical instruments, and the general cultural and entertainment sectors.
This year, Music China will feature nearly 1,900 domestic and foreign exhibitors from 30 countries and regions. A huge range of western and Chinese traditional musical instruments will be on display across nine halls and 105,000 square metres of exhibition space.
Many established brands, such as Marshall, ESP, Bluethner, Buffet, D'Addario, Fazioli, Fender, GEWA, Laney, Line 6, Ludwig, Orange, Roland, Selmer, Samick, Schimmel, Steinway, Tama, Taylor, Yamaha, Zildjian, Pearl River, Hsinghai, KAPOK, Jinyin, Fengling, and Shanghai No.1 National Musical Instruments Factory, have confirmed their attendance at Music China 2015. All are welcome to attend Music China 2015, no matter if it is well-known international brands, or local products with excellent quality and competitive price.
As the 'Most Innovative Exhibition', awarded by China's leading trade magazine Events Fortune, Music China plays a significant role in cultural and educational development. This year, a variety of forums and seminars are on offer to keep visitors abreast with changes in the industry. These include Dealers Training Courses, Global Forum on Chinese Traditional Music, Educational Programme, Violin Master Workshop and Kids Music Land. Another highlight in the fair is the hundreds of outdoor live music shows that will provide an inspirational experience for professional buyers and music lovers.
For more details about Music China 2015, please refer to our official website www.musicchina-expo.com. Registration is open online now for free admission.
Miss Dorothy Yang