Philippos Nakas: All about Music & Sound
The store network consists of 17 physical stores and the no1 eshop Music & Sound in Greece, www.nakas.gr and 2 stores in Cyprus with an additional online store www.nakas.com.cy providing consumers with immediate product delivery, competitive prices and interest-free payments.
At the same time, the company is active in music education with the Conservatory "PHILIPPOS NAKAS" founded in 1989, with 9 branches throughout Greece and a total number of 3,000 students. The conservatory is in close collaboration with the world's leading music university Berklee College of Music.
More specifically, the founder of the company, Philippos Nakas, started the operation of the company, from a small store in the center of Athens. One of the main activities was the publication of works by Greek composers. He collaborated with foreign manufacturers of musical instruments and in 1970 he was appointed the exclusive representation in Greece of all musical instruments and sound systems of the Japanese manufacturer Yamaha. Today it distributes exclusively in Greece the products of the largest manufacturers of musical instruments and audiovisual equipment worldwide such as Yamaha, Acus, Adams, Alhambra, Akai, Blackstar, Bam, BG, Boomwhackers, Bose Professional, Dogal, Buffet, Cherub, Hofner, Schroetter , Conn-Selmer, Ludwig, Musser, Bach, D'Addario, Evans, Rico, Promark, Denis Wick, Dimarzio, Dixon, Dunlop, DV Mark, Electro-Harmonix, Ernie Ball, Engl, Fender, Gibson, Gruv Gear, Hercules , Hohner, Jargar, JoRal, John Packer, Joyo, LR Baggs, Laney, Ampeg, Mark Bass, Mooer, Meinl, Nord, Ortega, Orange, Perri's, Pirastro, Permier, Prodigy, Proel, Pyramid, Radial, Rigotti, Ritter, Warwick, Rockbag, Rockcase, Sabian, Samick, Savarez, Schlagwerk , Sigma, Stagg, Steinway, Boston, Essex, Studio 49, Taylor, Thomastik, T-Rex, Vandoren, Vater, Vic Firth, Washburn, Wittner, Wolf, Zildjian, Quiklok, Akai, Alesis, DB Technologies, Dynaudio, Stanton, Numark, KRK, Konig & Meyer, Line 6, NEC, Neumann, Phonic, Proel, Propellerhead, Quiklok, Radial, RME, Rode, Sennheiser, Steinberg, Radial, Earthworks, Neve Designs, Triton Audio, Wunder Audio, Wharfedale and many more . The company has a network of 17 stores in Greece and two in Cyprus with a total exhibition space of 6,500 sq.m. The products are distributed throughout Greece from the central facilities and warehouse, with a total area of additional 6,000 sq.m. located in Peania, Attica.
It also has the largest online music and audio store www.nakas.gr through which consumers can easily and quickly make their purchases from home, enjoying the most competitive prices in Europe, with great payment facilities and many interest-free installments, free shipping from very low values and a huge range of available products shipped immediately.
Philippos Nakas Conservatory
The company has developed an intense activity in the field of music education, founding in 1989 the Philippos Nakas Conservatory. The Philippos Nakas Conservatory, one of the leading music educational institutions in our country, is the point where many musical streams meet. The classical music meets jazz and jazz goes hand in hand with traditional music and modern music. Since its founding in 1989, it has actively contributed to the rise of the level of music education by constantly enriching its programs, applying new methods and using the latest technology in music studies. The five-storey building in Ippokratous Street in the center of Athens is a live music nursery with a capacity of 1,500 students that brings together a large number of musical activities. Branches of the Philippos Nakas Conservatory operate in Agia Paraskevi, Egaleo, Glyfada, Kifissia, Melissia, Nea Smyrni and also in Thessaloniki and Ioannina. Since 1993, the Philippos Nakas Conservatory has been one of the stops on the Berklee College Teachers' World Tour, which offers multimillion-dollar scholarships. The Conservatory annually welcomes Berklee's top professors for seminars and workshops.