Windcorp of Sweden has opened a new store in Malmo, and Denis Wick Products was pleased to be invited to make a presentation of its latest products in the first week of opening.
Malmo has a very active brass-playing community and Windcorp's new store, which has replaced its older, smaller shop, will be able to serve its customers as well. It has an excellent repair department (run by Sho Yamaguchi from Japan) and has two expert wind players (Cristoffer and Andreas) to give advice. There was much interest in Denis Wick's range of products, especially the latest Ultra euphonium mouthpieces.
Copenhagen has the oldest music store in the world. I.K.Gottfried has been trading since 1786. Stephen Wick gave a special presentation of Denis Wick mutes and mouthpieces there to local players and was ably assisted by the expert staff of the store. There were many questions about the different mouthpiece designs and how we developed new products, and Stephen was able to explain some of the latest techniques used in our manufacturing products, and Stephen was able to explain some of the latest techniques used in our manufacturing process.
Johanna Lundgren of the Swedish Armed Forces Fuhrungsstab, customer with new Ultra mouthpiece, Stephen Wick, Christoffer Sjogren of Windcorp
Stephen Wick with the staff of I.K. Gotffried, Copenhagen: left to right: Stephen Wick, Jens Kristian Larsen, Peter Jessen, Jesper Moller, Martin Kaas-Larsen.