Netherlands

We have found 37 items matching your search query.

Violinshops in Netherlands




I’m Maki Ishizuka , violin restoration specialist. During my work in the Atelier René Morel I may restore many Stradivarius. Complex restorations have become my trademark; while the violin is n

TMA – Benelux is an import/export/distribution company in musical instruments, parts and accessories. Ever since the founding of our company in 1979, retailers and luthiers from the Benelux coun

Willem Bouman & Zn. since 1951, a concept in The Hague. The unique technology repairs and restores the family Bouman violins to their original status. We rent all strings in all formats. Quality,

We make or find the instrument that fits you! For everyone from student to professional. Workshop for high quality stringed instruments and their bows. Making – Restoring – Dealing –

KEES VAN HEMERT BOWS Kees van Hemert received initial training at the workshop of Matthijs de Jong and worked in the position of bowmaker for the internationally recognised firm of Bouman’s, before

ULRIKE WIEBEL VIOOLBOUW My studio is located in the Thieleman and Dros complex in the city of Leiden. Here I work as an independent violin maker since 1994. We are mainly engaged in the craft of violi

Henk has Hietbrink in Arnhem Conservatory violin studies completed at Heinz Oberdorfer. In subsequent years, he came into contact with the English sticks maker Brian Tunnicliffe, from whom he learned

We are a family business specialised in the making, restoring and selling of bowed instruments of the violin family ( viola, cello etc) and their accessories. Hendrik Woldring (Hein) is first and fore

MAKIISHIZUKA Serge was fascinated by violinmaking at a very young age. So in 1965, after high school, he leaves for the prestigious Mittenwald school of violinmaking. He graduates after 4 years. There

WOLF MUSIC PRODUCTS In 1964 the first Wolf shoulderrest was invented by Willy Wolf at his residence in Amsterdam. Shortly after that the first 500 were ordered and a week after that the next 500! To t

JOHANNES JACOBS “Violinmaking in all its aspects is a pleasure to do” There is a constant current of ideas between my customers and me which evolve my making and design. In my view a beaut

RENEZAAL From 1978 to 1981 René Zaal(Wageningen, 18 september 1956) followed a violinmaking course at the Newark School of Violinmaking in England. He then worked for 2 years with violinmaker Loerakk