Conn-Selmer manufactures instruments in ten facilities located in Elkhart, Indiana; Cleveland and Eastlake, Ohio; Monroe, North Carolina; LaGrange, Illinois; Kenosha and Elkhorn, Wisconsin. and at G. Leblanc Cie in La Couture-Boussey, France. It also enjoys an extensive relationship with a variety of suppliers from around the world.
Conn-Selmer, Inc. holds leading market share in a majority of instrument categories. With brands that are the overwhelming choice of professional musicians, the Conn-Selmer recognizes its responsibility to maintain the highest quality of manufacture using proven designs that satisfy the most critical of professional players. Unwilling to sit on its current designs, however, the Company continues to develop new instruments that help musicians reach greater performance levels.
With a mission to have every man, woman and child participate in instrumental music, the Company uses its market position to better inform and educate individuals as to the benefits of music participation and to better inform and prepare the music educators of today and tomorrow.
Through its educational division, Conn-Selmer University, the Company provides band directors with ongoing educational opportunities in band & orchestra administration, musical instrument development and leadership skills. Through workshops, educator in-service programs and educational materials, the Company provides support to educational professionals, school systems, and students, assuring that music and music education continues to be available to all. Conn-Selmer also provides a wide array of promotional materials to communicate the benefits of music to the overall market.
Conn-Selmer, Inc. is a subsidiary of Steinway Musical Instruments, Inc. (NYSE: LVB).