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At the age of nine, Brenton fell in love with the violin and has played violin & viola ever since, exploring mainly the chamber music and solo repertoire. In 1986 Brenton established The Violineri

Over the years, we have sought out string instruments that represent both good quality and value for money. We travel overseas regularly to thoroughly examine and test the latest products from around

Philip Smith is a traditional hand maker of stringed instruments and their bows. A master of refined artistry and exquisite tones from his superbly crafted bows and instruments. One of Australia’

John Simmers is one of Australia’s most acclaimed violin makers. His dedication for making and restoring instruments has been the key to his success and flows seamlessly into his other passions of c

The Australian Violin Makers Association was founded in 2008 to promote a standard of excellence in craftsmanship and ethical behaviour that would instil confidence and trust within the musical commun

It seems Benedict Puglisi was born to be a Luthier. The son of Sicilian and Irish descendants, Benedict grew up in a household where music and art were held in high esteem. He was initially raised as

Having played the violin from an early age, and fascinated by the workshop he visited as a child in Avignon, he decided to become a luthier. After finishing his schooling in Provence, he was accepted
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“Sydney’s Jeffrey Ellis is one of Australia’s most notable bow makers. He was a Churchill Fellow and studied with William Salchow in New York in 1989. Since 1988 Jeffrey Ellis has be
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Maker and Restorer of Violins, Violas & Violoncellos Sales of quality instruments and their accessories. 119 Southbrook Rd, Biddeston, OAKEY, QLD 4401, Australia Contact Ian Clarke Tel +61 7 4691
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The Avenue is a violin-making workshop situated in the historic Gorman House Arts Center in the heart of Canberra. A collaboration between Hugh Withycombe and Madeleine Gisz, the workshop offers servi
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Peter’s passion is in crafting . The inspiration for his work is taken from the classical Italian masters in combination with modern concepts and interpretation. His interests are in classical d