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Violinshops in Vermont




Vermont Violins is dedicated to promoting the study of violins, violas, ‘celli, and bass’. In fact, the violin family of instruments is not only our specialty, it is all we do. Owner, Kath

Thurmond Knight’s violin shop sits on 160 acres of woods and meadows in Glover, Vermont. Here, he builds violins, violas and cellos, all by hand. From 1992 until 2000, Thurmond was German Master

“The Cox instruments I own are superb concert quality instruments and are equal and often superior to the finest and famous luthiers of the golden age of violinmaking. I recommend his violins, v

Vermont Violins is dedicated to promoting the study of violins, violas, ‘celli, and bass’. In fact, the violin family of instruments is not only our specialty, it is all we do.  Owner, 

Welcome. I build both traditional and innovative violins, violas, cellos, and basses. Please have a look around. On the gallery pages you will find detailed information about each instrument. On the m

Warren Ellison has been making fine violin and Viola da Gamba family instruments for over 25 years. He learned the craft under the tutelage of master Tschu Ho Lee and instructor Brian Derber at the Ch

H. F. Grabenstein studied bowmaking with Wm. Salchow at the University of New Hampshire in 1982 and 1983. He was Bowmaker at the Tourin Musica from 1983 to 1990. Grabenstein continues to build a full

Metropolitan Music Company started as Czechoslovak Musical Instruments Company around 1920 and was located at 1342 Second Avenue in New York City. Although John Juzek was already selling violins this