Exhibitor registration is full and closed as of December 9, 2016. No new exhibitor registration will be permitted. The purchase of program ad space is still available (please scroll to the bottom of the page for additional information).

Attending Exhibitors

The 2017 Southeast Horn Workshop is pleased to welcome the following exhibitors and vendors:

Allegro Music Sales
Method books, solos, duets, trios, quartets, brass quintets, woodwind quintets and chamber music.
Balu Musik
Custom horns, mutes and horn cases.
Brass Arts Unlimited
Horn sales and service, including consignments, as well as Brass Arts Unlimited Publications.
Manufacturer of double horns and accessories. Brands include C.G. Conn and Holton.
Hans Hoyer
One of the great and innovative horn makers.
The Hornists’ Nest
Publisher of Fripperies and other horn ensemble music since 1964.
Houghton Horns
One of the largest selections of new and pre-owned horns anywhere.
Osmun Music
Mouthpieces, accessories, and horns by Alexander, Finke, Hoyer, and Schmid
Pope Instrument Repair
EVERYTHING HORN! Ricco Kühn, Lewis & Dürk, Hoyer… and lots more.
Siegfried’s Call
We import, sell and distribute hand crafted horns made in Germany. We are dealers of Dieter Otto and Hans Hoyer, and we import and distribute the JoyKey. We also buy and sell used instruments. Our repair shop caters to the discerning musician.

Exhibitor Information

The Southeast Horn Workshop is a regional workshop of the International Horn Society typically with the highest attendance of all the regional workshops. Expect attendance by many college students eager to purchase music and accessories and looking to make major equipment upgrades in the near future. Also expect a good number of adult amateur players, professionals, educators, and younger students. Blocks of the workshop schedule, in addition to meal breaks, will be provided exclusively for visiting exhibits.

Exhibitor fees

Registration for the full workshop is $110 per exhibit. One table is included with the registration fee, with a rental fees of $10 per additional table. Use of personally-owned tables will not be possible.

Exhibitor contacts

Exhibitor Liaison
Jeremy Loy (please direct all questions to Jeremy)
Facilities Manager
Bill Posey

Exhibit hours

Anticipated exhibit hours (subject to change) will be:

Friday 9 a.m.–1 p.m., 2–6 p.m.
Saturday 9 a.m.–1 p.m., 2–6 p.m.
Sunday 9 a.m.–12:00 p.m.

Crews to help exhibitor setup will be available Thursday night and Friday morning. Crews to assist in tear down will be available on Sunday.

Exhibitor fees include free registration for all workshop activities, including evening concerts.

Exhibitor space

Exhibitors will have 3 dedicated display spaces located in the School of Music. A large rehearsal hall (M 108) is located on the main floor and has loading dock and ramp access. M 204m on the second floor, sits directly across from a large freight elevator with easy access to ramp and loading dock. M 119, a quiet display room, is located on the first floor. Practice rooms for equipment trials are located in the basement of the School of Music. Security of exhibit rooms will be maintained during all times exhibits are closed; exhibitors are expected to be present at their tables during all posted exhibit hours. Signs may not be mounted to exhibit room walls. Hallway signs directing attendees to exhibit rooms will be posted by the host.

Open Flames

Per the fire code, open flames are not permitted in any room of any building at any time.

Water for horn cleanings

There will not be access to a high-volume water supply and water disposal.

Wi-Fi and electric power

All exhibitor rooms are equipped with wireless internet access. Electrical outlets are available if required.


If you must ship cartons of product ahead of time, arrange for them to arrive on March 1 or 2. Cartons will be stored unopened in a secure location. Our address for shipping couriers is:

Ian Zook
JMU School of Music
880 S Main St MSC 7301
Harrisonburg, VA 22807

Please arrange for return shipping before you arrive, or bring equipment necessary to print your own return shipping labels. James Madison University will not be responsible for, and cannot guarantee the security of, any items not shipped after March 6, 2017.

Parking and loading

The JMU School of Music has a dedicated loading dock on the S. Main Street side of the building. Additional meter spaces and ramp are located on the S. Main Street entrance. A secondary loading area on the opposite side of the School of Music for M 108 (large rehearsal room) and M 119 (quiet display room) is located on an access street off of Grace Street. Student workers and hand trucks will be made available to the day before, the first day and for loadouts. Please inform us of your needs and we will do everything we can to accommodate you.

Advertising opportunities

Website Advertising

All confirmed exhibitors will be advertised free on the Southeast Horn Workshop website. Please reciprocate and advertise our workshop on your own website.

Program Ads

Advertisers may purchase space in the Workshop program booklet. The booklet will be sized 8.5 × 5.5 in. (215 × 139 mm). All ads will be printed in color. E-mail ads in a high-quality electronic format to Ian Zook no later than February 15, 2017. Low resolution ads will be rejected.

Program Ad Rates:

Full Spread: 7.5 in. tall × 9.0 in. wide (190 × 228 mm)
Full Page: 7.5 in. tall × 4.5 in. wide (190 × 114 mm)
Half Page: 3.625 in. tall × 4.5 in. wide (92 × 114 mm)

Payment for program ads can be made using the exhibitor registration portal (This link is for program ad purchase only, vendor/exhibitor registration on site is closed.)