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Graduate to Yamaha – $100 Rebate

"Graduate with Yamaha - $100 Rebate" poster
"Graduate with Yamaha - $100 Rebate" poster

PURCHASE A QUALIFYING INSTRUMENT

Receive a $100 mail-in rebate

 

Purchase a Professional or Custom Yamaha instrument between April 1, 2018 and June 30, 2018: Piccolo, Flute, Clarinet, Oboe, Bassoon, Saxophone, Trumpet, Cornet, Flugelhorn, Trombone, French Horn, Alto Horn, Baritone Horn, Euphonium or Tuba.

Rebate will be in the form of a VISA® Gift Card.

 

 

 

Terms and Conditions:

You must be 18 years or older. Offer valid only on the purchase of new select models from an authorized Yamaha dealer, between April 1, 2018 and June 30, 2018. Follow instructions from your authorized Yamaha dealer to submit your promotional claim online at 4wrd.it/GTY2018, or see instructions at 4wrd.it/GTY2018.

All claims must be submitted online via 4wrd.it/GTY2018, and must be received by July 31, 2018. Late submissions will not be accepted. Proof of submission is not proof of receipt. No responsibility is assumed for faulty transmissions or any failure or interruption of electronic communications. Claim must include serial number of purchased Yamaha model, plus an electronic copy of your original sales receipt identifying the model purchased, the authorized Yamaha dealer, and the date of purchase. Offer valid only in the 50 United States and D.C. Promotional offer will not be mailed to addresses outside the 50 United States or D.C. No P.O. boxes (other than in ND). Limit one claim per household, per product, and per address, as allowed by law. Institutional or group sales do not qualify for this promotion. All claims are subject to validation. Yamaha reserves the right to request additional information to validate any claim. Allow 6-8 weeks for validation and issuance of the promotional offer. Void where prohibited, taxed or restricted. Fraudulent submissions will not be honored and may be prosecuted. Cannot be combined with any other offer. If you have questions about the status of a rebate claim, call 1-877-922-4483, or email us at [email protected].

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Bach Artist Select Program

Vincent Bach Corporation logo

Vincent Bach, owned and operated by Conn-Selmer, maintains the Bach Artist Select Program, allowing Bach Artists to make trips up to their factory in Elkhart, Indiana, to select the best trumpets and trombones.

In January 2018, Houghton Horns partnered with two Fort Worth-based Bach Artists to travel north and hand pick our Bach Stradivarius inventory.

Bach artist Dr. David Begnoche

David Begnoche is Assistant Professor of Trombone in the TCU School of Music. Previously on the faculty at the Longy School of Music, Mr. Begnoche has also served as artist-in-residence at Northeastern University and chamber music coach at Harvard University. He holds degrees from the New England Conservatory, the Manhattan School of Music, and the University of North Texas. Dr. Begnoche maintains an active performing career with groups throughout the U.S. and abroad, including The Boston Symphony Orchestra, Boston Pops, Dallas Opera, Sarasota Opera, and Albany Symphony.

After play testing dozens of trombones, Dr. Begnoche selected two Bach 42BO and three 42AF Tenor Trombones for Houghton Horns.

Vernon Richter, co-founder and current President of Center Stage Brass, a 10-member brass ensemble in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex dedicated to performing brass literature and promoting music education, is arguably one of the areas busiest private trumpet instructors with a studio of over 65 students all from Lewisville ISD. In addition to his private teaching schedule, Vernon also conducts weekly Trumpet Master Classes at the award winning Hebron High School in Lewisville ISD. Vernon has performed with the East Texas Symphony, Lewisville Symphony, Mesquite Symphony and Flower Mound Symphony. Vernon is also active as a freelance musician in the DFW area.

Vernon play tested several Bach Stradivarius trumpets, resulting in the order of four 180S37 models, delivered in time for the 2018 TMEA Convention.

Bach trumpet artist Vernon Richter