My interest in stringed instruments of the violin family began in the sixth grade, when I took up the cello and found myself more interested in the instrument itself than in playing it. At that time I bought the first book—Violin Making As It Is and Was, by Edward Heron-Allen—of what was eventually to become an extensive library of violin books. Over thirty years ago that early interest blossomed as a second career when I left my job as a newspaper photographer and began working in the construction and repair of stringed instruments.
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The establishment of clearly defined guidelines is essential for the success of any reputable educational institution. In our institution, it is based on a wealth of experience from over 150 years of