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 went on to study Jazz Guitar at Berklee College of Music, eventually earning my degree. I continued to attend Bill Salchow’s workshops, then at University of New Hampshire, and I made mandolins and guitars, and a viola da gamba. I had a stint as a professional chef, and did well at that, but I returned to music to attend the New England Conservatory in Jazz Guitar again,then took a second Master’s degree in Composition. While I went to NEC, I worked at Boston String Instrument Co., an older shop in Boston near the Conservatory and Symphony. I wrote a number of pieces for string quartet, orchestra, piano, wind quintet, etc. Later, I taught music at a local prep school, gave a lot of guitar lessons, and gigged around as a Jazz player. I wrote pieces and gave workshops in music, including a special jazz workshop and performance for zither, in Munich, Germany.
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