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Violinshops in Denmark

+45 2023 4977

10B Bjaelkevangen, 2800, KGS LYNGBY, Denmark. I believe that music was the first human expression of art. Listening to live music is hearing the moment of creation in performance. Choosing carefully w
+45 5188 6617

  Esromgade 15, Opg 2, 2 Sal, 2200, COPENHAGEN N, Denmark. All product available like violin, doudle bass, etc
+45 61 93 88 16

I discovered violin making when I began playing the violin at the age of 7. At 15, I joined the French violin-making school in Mirecourt, where I spent five years learning the art of making and restor
+45 33 12 24 64

Ulf Eriksson Violins opened its doors in 2000, offering one of the widest and best collections of high-quality violins, violas, cellos and bows in northern Europe. As a specialist with decades of expe
+45 31 21 36 96

Hertz Music A / S is specialized in blowing and stringed instruments, and we offer to serve our customers in our store and showroom or via our webshop. Furthermore we do all kinds of repairs and servi
+45 38 71 83 96

Violin workshop has a wide selection of ready-made stringed instruments and bows for sale, both old and new together in various children’s sizes. We perform all kinds of repairs of violin, viola
+45 35 37 40 15

About 1950 Danish cellist Jarl Hansen wanted more from his cello than gut strings could provide. As a member of the Royal Danish Opera Orchestra he became increasingly interested in string q
+45 25 76 36 96

SCANDINAVIAN STRINGS Nygade 24,1.1 gaarden, SILKEBORG, 8600, Denmark Contact Robert Thompson Tel +45 86 82 36 47
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Fine master instruments or decent beginner violins. Convincing new models or reliable old instruments. We offer a wide range of exciting choices. Feel free to try them all! We happily buy quality inst
+45 86 20 22 11

Violinmaker Jens Stenz was born in Randers, Denmark in 1960. His interest in violinmaking and repairing developed through a profound interest in music and craftsmanship. From 1982-till 1985, he studie