City Music is moving to a new home.
On 8 April, the renowned homegrown music retailer bade farewell to its iconic location at Peace Centre and announced its upcoming move to a brand new site.
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The establishment will be revamping its brand to cater to a new age of local musicians and maintain its prevalence in the current technology-driven industry as it relocates to its new location at the LHK Building this May.
On the brand's new location, Hoe Yeegn Lougn, Director of Sales shared: "The new storefront will be transformed from retail to experiential studio, combining education, performances and demonstrations with musical instrument sales, audio solutions, content creation, and live broadcasting. This new space will help us to further develop our B2B and wholesale distribution division.”
In the meantime, avid followers of City Music can still obtain their musical instruments and equipment from its fully functional online store.
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Branded as "Singapore's trusted partner for all things music," City Music has become a household name for local music professionals and enthusiasts alike since its establishment in 1968.
Run by founder Willy Hoe Chian Kok and his two sons Hoe Yeegn Lougn and Hoe Hsin Loong, the leading music retail brand is well-known in the local arts scene for supporting musicians and making music accessible with its wide catalogue of audio technology and music products and services.