Lane Music Partners with Nashville International Chopin Piano Competition
Harmony in Partnership: Lane Music Uplifts Emerging Musicians Through Partnership with the Nashville International Chopin Piano Competition
Established in Memphis in 1987, Lane Music has played an instrumental role in shaping generations of musicians by providing top-quality pianos, band and orchestra instruments, rental options, guitars, professional lessons, and repair services throughout Tennessee. Over the years, Lane Music's unwavering dedication to musical education and excellence has garnered them recognition as a cornerstone of the state's music scene.
Scott and Pook Lane, the visionary minds behind Lane Music, expressed their enthusiasm for this partnership. "Lane Music is passionate about supporting the music community and young musicians, in particular,"
The Nashville International Chopin Piano Competition partnership stands as a testament to Lane Music's deep-seated belief in the power of music to inspire and transform lives. This prestigious competition provides a platform for emerging pianists to showcase their exceptional talent on an international stage.
"We are immensely grateful to Lane Music for this partnership,"
As part of this collaboration, Lane Music invites music enthusiasts and supporters to join the conversation on social media. Connect with Lane Music on Instagram (@lanemusicstore)
For more information about Lane Music and their extensive range of musical offerings, please visit www.lanemusic.com.
About Lane Music:
For over 35 years, Lane Music has been a cornerstone of the music community in Tennessee. Established in 1987 in Memphis, Lane Music has expanded to include world-class brick-and-mortar stores in Nashville and Knoxville. They provide an extensive range of musical instruments, lessons, and repair services, catering to musicians of all levels, from beginners to seasoned professionals.
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Joshua Izzard, Administrative Director