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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 –

BOOMSMA & KOIZUMI FINE VIOLINS & BOWS Cantaloupenburg 32, DEN HAAG, 2514 KM, Netherlands Contact Jelle Boomsma or Tomoko Koizumi Tel +31 70 757 7358

ANDREAS POST BV Willemsparkweg 15. AMSTERDAM, 1071 GN, Netherlands Contact Andreas Post Tel +31 20 673 7995 Fax+31 20662 6751

Our collection includes a varied selection of old and new German, Czech, French and Hungarian instruments and a variety of hand-crafted new instruments selected Eastern European or Asian workshops. Vi

RESONANCE Résonance was created in 1998 by Eric Matser. He started with the rental of violins and cellos. Meanwhile Résonance become the largest landlord in Amsterdam eo Résonance’s preferred

TANJA BRANDON VIOOLBOUW For over 20 years,Tanja Brandon is specialized in stringed instruments and bows of high quality for professional musicians, teachers, students and pupils of all levels and ages

SASKIA SCHOUTEN VIOOLBOUW Welcome to Saskia Schouten’s webpage, maker of violins, violas and cellos. Next to making violins, violas and cellos, she also has been performing reparations, restorations

Contrada Musica is a company with ambition. Craftsmanship and personal attention characterize our daily actions. This applies both when building new violins and cellos and in the repair and restoratio

Bartolomé Straatemeier, born in 1956, was trained by Patricia Naismith at the Department of Musical Instrument Technology of the London College of Furniture, at present a part of the London Guildhall