Manhasset Stands of Yakima, Washington recently exhibited their music stand products and accessories at the Shanghai Music Fair in China from October 11 to 14.

Manhasset had many of its new music stand models and accessories on display in their booth and the new Noteworthy music stands were a big hit with visitors to the booth. Jiang Jin Yi, a recipient of the prestigious Conducting Award from the Cultural Department of the People’s Republic of China, visited the booth and purchased the Noteworthy White House Lyre stand for his personal use.

Currently, he is the music director and principle conductor of the China National Symphony Orchestra in Beijing, China, as well as the music director and president of the China National Choir and the music director and chief conductor of the China National Opera.

“All of us at Manhasset Stands are honored that a conductor of Mr. Jiang Jin Yi’s status selected a Manhasset Noteworthy stand for his personal use,” said Dan Roberts, president of Manhasset. “We are delighted to have our products making these kind of significant inroads in China and throughout the rest of the world.”


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