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Violinshops in Texas




Since 1984 Young Musicians, Inc. has earned the level of customer respect you only receive from a small family-owned business. With customers now in over 70 countries we reach out to the Suzuki Method

We are world-class designers and manufacturers of innovative musical accessories for musicians of all levels. OnBoard Research has been providing innovations in music technology since 1995, when OnBoa

We have full repair facilities for violin, viola, cello, and bass. Instruments produced from our line have a full lifetime warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

Elisabeth Steves (Director) double bassist, won a downbeat Magazine Outstanding Performance Award for recording the Koussevitzky Concerto with orchestra in 1982. After majoring in double bass, as well

The Luthier Shop sepcializes in quality violins, cellos and violas. Master violin maker & restorer Steven Cundall, is renowned for his high standards of workmanship and musical tone. His insturmen

Alkis Rappas has been passionate about violins for over 50 years. He started taking private violin lessons at the age of nine. Later, he received formal violin training at the Bucharest School of Musi

Since 1993, Violins Etc. has been supporting student and professional string players in the Live Music Capital of the World. Locally owned, Violins Etc. was established on the principle that high qual

Sam’s Strings, LLC was formed by professional cellist (BM and MM from the Peabody Conservatory) and bowmaker, Sam Matthews, in the effort to provide his students, colleagues, and the music world

We have been in the same location since 1998. If you are at the new Walmart wondering where we went go one more big street South to Beltline. We don’t carry anything with a spit valve, and we ar

Maker of fine bows in the French Tradition

Peter Shaw grew up with music and instruments taking up cello at an early age. Upon graduation from Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music with a degree in Cello Performance, Peter entered the Violin M

George taught stringed instruments and school orchestra in west Texas public schools for more than thirty years. He served as Principal Viola in the Lubbock Symphony Orchestra for thirty years. During