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Violinshops in Illinois




As one of the oldest violin dealerships in the United States, our goal is to provide a level of service and expertise beyond that available in shops of lesser experience. Our beginnings in 1926 grew o

May, 1945 Born in Akita Japan Apr, 1965 – 1976 Worked for Chai Guiter Making Workshop Sep, 1977 Accepted at Cremona Violin Making School, Cremona Italy May, 1981 5th place at Henryka Wieniawskig

If you are looking for a special book or autograph, let me help you find it. Montagnana Books has the most extensive collection of violin and string instrument books and autographs available. We have

Ryan McLaughlin has been working on instruments since he started playing bass guitar at age 14. He went on to play double-bass, eventually attending the Brevard Music Festival as a bassist when he was

Born into a musical family, Chunyee Lu, began the study of violin at six years of age, first under his father, a violinist of Shanghai Philharmonic. Later under Professor Li Ke Chiang, a professor of

A small violin shop located on a quiet road where you can find quality work and honest opinions. In todays busy, high tech world it doesnt seem likely that Old World woodworking and attention to detai

Every Brunkalla violin is expertly hand-crafted from premium seasoned tonewoods. The majority of Martin’s instruments are constructed in the traditional manner using spruce for the top plate and

In business in Skokie since 1989, we recently moved to a new location at 4447 Oakton St. We have a fine selection of Violins, Violas, Cellos, Basses, and Bows along with accessories and cases. We serv

Recognizing the need for a specialty string shop in the south/southwest suburbs of Chicago, Jay Damm opened Woodland Strings in 1998. His shop specializes in the sale, repair and set-up of violin-f

A440 Violin Shop is a Chicago-based string instrument dealer. We specialize in violin sales, violin repairs, violin restoration, and violin rentals. Our expertise extends past the violin and encompass

As long as I can remember, I have been fascinated with wood and hand tools that shape it. I can still recollect my introduction to orchestra in the 4th grade. All my friends wanted to learn to play th

Russell Wagner began his forty-one year relationship with the cello in the Lexington, KY public school music program with Joseph Pival. Through the dedicated effort of teachers Rodney Farrar, Lyle Wol