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Violinshops in Austria

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Playing the violin from early childhood, I developed an interest in string instruments when I eventually met some soloists who played precious instruments. Thus quickly becoming a violin addict it was
+43 1 889 2047

We produce our own handmade rosin. The best raw materials, recipes adapted to the new string materials and decades of experience enable a quality that string musicians around the world enjoy.
+43 662 848893

Adrian Elschek was born 1964 in Bratislava (Slovakia). From 1980-1985 he attended the fine instrument making school in Kraslice (Czech Republic). Subsequently he studied wood technology at the Technic
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The workshop is located in the center of Vienna, at Marxergasse 11 in the shop. 3 minutes walk from the Landstrasse/Wien Mitte station, which can be reached with the U3 and U4, as well as the S-Bahn,

As a violin maker in 1010 Vienna, I deal with the care, manufacture and repair of stringed instruments. In my violin workshop you will find a large selection of violins, violas, cellos, double basse
+43 1 8777679

Stringed instruments have been documented in the Middle East since the 10th century, and a little later also in Spain and southern Italy. At the time when troubadour art flourished, fiddles had alrea
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Music and photography are the two decisive antipodes in Max Dobrovich’s professional life. After a high level was achieved in both disciplines, the decision went in favor of music (Max Dobrovic
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Are you looking for new strings, accessories or a rental instrument? Do you want to have your old instrument repaired? Or are you looking for a good teacher for your child who is learning the violin
+43 662 872711

Hans Pluhar’s Violin Making Workshop is located in the vicinity of the Mozarteum Salzburg. In an atmosphere where Art meets Science, he creates masterpieces that have helped musicians win competitio
+34 622 206135

My usual aim for modern setup instruments is a concert violin tone, however with that allusive sweetness not often found in modern-setup instruments. For my baroque violins, multifarious solutions exi
+43 744 255 374

Peter Ivan visited the school for violin making (lasting 5 years) of the conservatoire of music “Arrigo Boito” in Parma (Italy). There he learned his trade at master Renato Scrollavezza and made
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Playing the violin as a child got me into violin making . My first two teachers in Graz (Austria), Silvia Germek and Karl Vogt, both played on new instruments made by the local maker Wolfgang Brückne