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Violinshops in Maryland




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Gailes’ Violin Shop, located in College Park, Maryland, specializes in quality instruments, bows, repairs and restorations. We also carry a large selection of music and accessories. Bill Gailes was

Perrin & Associates Fine Violins was established in Baltimore in 1994 with a vision to provide violins, violas, cellos, and repair and restoration services to the professional and aspiring musicia

We offer violins, violas, cellos and basses of exceptional value – including all of the Heinrich Lutiger, Rudoulf Doetsch and Wilhelm Klier instruments. We maintain a wide range of accessories a

Located in Old Towne Gaithersburg, Maryland, Lashof Violins offers rentals, sales, and on-site repair and restoration for violins, violas, cellos and their bows. Lashof Violins also offers a full line

Whatever your string instrument needs: repairs, a new instrument, or professional instruction in violin, viola and cello; I hope you will give me a call, or send me an email to let me know how I can s

I am a bow maker and restorer, focusing on quality, playability, and sound. I make new bows, restore old bows, and rehair all bows. I sell vintage bows in price ranges from $400 to over $10,000 and vi

David Chrapkiewicz (Rapkievian), located in Washington Grove MD, is an award winning maker of fine violins and violas. David’s shop – Rapkievian Fine Violins and Violas – also provid

The Violin House of Weaver has been making available fine instruments to musicians since 1898. William Weaver, his wife Evy and along with his daughter Kristi Weaver, who is 4th generation to the shop

NOVA Strings is a full line wholesaler of orchestral string instrument accessories. We stock products that range from AB Rosin to Xeros endpin anchors and just about everything in between. If it goes

The son of a U.S. Foreign Service officer, Howard spent much of his childhood abroad, first in India, where he received his first violin lesson, and later in Latin America, where he studied classical