Congratulations to our Partners, Eastman, for their commitment to quality and craftsmanship.
“Through endless pursuit of innovation, quality and creativity are at the forefront of Eastman design.
Pomona, California – February 4, 2020 – Eastman has been awarded the highly coveted accolade of
Best In Show at the 2020 NAMM Show in Anaheim, California for its outstanding brass and woodwind
product lines. Eastman’s tireless commitment to quality and excellence is evident throughout all product
divisions, including its strong advances in low brass seen in the recently released EBC836 6/4 tuba, and
its stunning, soon to be released Rue Saint-Georges saxophones. Through careful design and
collaboration, Eastman continues its pursuit of innovation along with the other family members of
Eastman Music Company, including Wm. S. Haynes Co., S.E. Shires Co., and Backun Musical Services.
“It is such an honor for us at Eastman to win Best In Show at the 2020 NAMM U Awards,” said Ryan
Richman, Eastman Music Company’s Vice President. “To win this for our wind products shows the hard
work and dedication of everyone on the team to strive for continual improvement and produce the finest
instruments at every price point.”
“The Best In Show award for Eastman winds is humbly treasured by our talented product development
team and dedicated workshop staff,” said Meagan Dolce, Eastman’s Wind Product Manager. “On behalf
of the entire team, I express our sincere gratitude for this honor!”
Founded in 1992 by Qian Ni, Eastman Music Company has earned a reputation for creating many of the
finest instruments and accessories that are played around the world. In addition to the exceptional lines of
Eastman handcrafted strings, winds, guitars, and mandolins, the company includes respected flute,
brass, and clarinet companies, Wm. S. Haynes Co., S.E. Shires Co., Backun Musical Services – as well
as the newly added Bourgeois Guitars.”
For more information on Eastman, please go to www.eastmanwinds.com
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