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Violinshops in Massachusetts




Weinstein Violins is dedicated to offering musicians the best instruments and service possible. It uses the highest standards of expertise developed over 35 years in the field to maintain a large inve

Among the most highly regarded contemporary violin makers, Benjamin Ruth was awarded gold medals for both violin and viola in the 2012 VSA international competition. Active in violin making for 40 yea

Eric began his bowmaking training upon graduating in 1996 from the University of Georgia where he double majored in Double Bass performance and Music Theory. He first attended a bowmaking class with C

Mittenwald-trained, Master Violin Maker, Horst Kloss, has worked with fine stringed instruments and bows for over three decades. The Kloss Shop specializes in the repair, restoration, appraisal and sa

Working in Boston’s music community as a bow maker since 1982, Thomas has handled bows made by the greatest makers of the 19th and 20th centuries. With a great respect for the historical traditions

Bowed Acoustics began as an effort to enhance the sound and performance of bowed instruments. Specifically the cello. With extensive testing and special engineering we have ensured all of our products

We have served the Greater Boston string-playing community since 1976 and are New England’s largest violin shop. We are one of the first and most prominent Internet resources for string players.

Here you can see some of the most beautiful one-of-a-kind, freeform sculptures, vessels, bowls, dishes, and trays available anywhere, all hand carved by Jim Denker. Each of these works of art begins s

Pledged to support violin players Located in the Town of North Carver, Massachusetts, the Fiddle Shed is dedicated to the Sales, and Servicing of instruments in the Violin Family. The owner, Rick Linc

I have been making bows for about 40 years, starting with a workshop that William Salchow gave in Saratoga Springs, NY when I was 18. I grew up playing violin, then switched to guitar around 14; I wen

Jim was born in Orange, New Jersey, the second of eleven children of William and Alice Boyce. His father was an electronics pioneer, and ran Boland & Boyce, a technical writers’ job shop. His pa

Carriage House Violins is a full-service violin shop offering a wide array of both fine antique instruments and new instruments by today’s best makers. Christopher Reuning founded Carriage Hous