New Vandoren New York Studio Opening with Bernard Van Doren

* All photos taken by Yuki Tei

After 25+ years of serving the New York City music community, the Vandoren Musician's Advisory Studio has moved. We're excited to show you the new space, the services we offer, and photos of the opening party! Look close - you may find someone very special to the Vandoren company. 

Welcome to 336 W. 37th St, Ste 520

Step into the world of Vandoren - a legacy that's lasted for over 110 years. 

Inside the Studio

Imagine all of the Vandoren products are at your fingertips. At the NYC studio, we have every Vandoren product available. Meet David Gould and Andrew Hadro as they help you find your perfect setup. 

The Reed Wall

We know you're salivating. Who wouldn't be with this kind of selection of reeds? We've got it all. Book an appointment to try any of our reeds, mouthpieces, and ligatures.

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The Practice Rooms

Needing a little privacy? We have two pristine trial rooms that are soundproof and comfortable. Yes, we even encourage altissimo practicing. 

Practice Room #1 

Practice Room #2


Learn all about Vandoren's history, the reed process, and the products. We have staff that can answer anything Vandoren and would love to talk. 

The Studio Party

The Vandoren crew gathers at the Studio Opening Party. 

Pictured here (left to right) Michael Fenoglio, Greg Grieme, Andrew Hadro, Michael Skinner, and David Gould

Some Friendly Faces 

We saw many Vandoren artists at the party. Check out Stanley Drucker, Naomi Drucker, Victor Goines, Felix Peikli, and Mitchell Estrin

Bernard Van Doren and Robert Van Doren 

Let's not forget a very special guest at the part - Bernard Van Doren! Bernard was accompanied by his son, Robert, who is the fourth generation of the Vandoren company. 

Learn about Vandoren JUNO reeds, the only reed specifically designed for students. 

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