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Amro Music in Memphis is one of the largest and most respected musical instrument stores in the U.S.  The company was founded in 1921 by Mil Averwater and is now operated by the third and fourth generations of the Averwater family. 

Amro specializes in pianos, organs, and school band and orchestra instruments. Serving both Memphis and Nashville, Tennessee, it features one of the largest selections of musical instruments in the world, with over 400 instruments on display and over 10,000 instruments in stock.   All instruments — band, orchestra, pianos, organs — are available for rent or purchase.  Virtually all of the most respected musical instrument brands are stocked, including Accent, Bach, Boston, Conn, Eastman, Essex, Gemeinhardt, Henry F. Miller, King, Selmer, Steinway, Yamaha, and many more, in both new and used.

Eight Amro educational representatives make weekly visits to almost every school in the Mid-South in the states of Tennessee, Arkansas, Mississippi, and Kentucky.  Eighteen professional musical instrument repair technicians repair more than 14,000 instruments per year with an average turnaround of less than 2 days.

Amro offers a 100-seat performance hall free of charge to the music community for recitals & music education events.

Latest Blogs

  • Recruitment 101 Tuesday, April 16, 2019
    Beginning band students are the lifeblood of every music program. The quality of a beginner band class can influence the next 6-7 years of a program. Effective recruitment is a key determining f...
  • Why Should My Students Attend the Spring Keyboard Festival at Amro Music? Monday, March 25, 2019
    Here at Amro, one of the events that we look forward to every year is our Spring Keyboard Festival. It’s so rewarding to see the store bustling with students and families who are excited about ...
  • Keyboards: What are they and why should I get one? Tuesday, March 12, 2019
    If you or someone you know plays piano, you’ve probably heard the terms digital piano, keyboard, electric piano, and electronic piano all used interchangeably. Did you know ...
  • Why You Have to Be at Fiddle Fair 2019 Saturday, February 23, 2019
    You may have seen some Facebook posts or emails about our annual Fiddle Fair, but if you’ve never been before, you might be wondering, “What is Fiddle Fair?” Read on for a breakdown...