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Master of the Queen’s Music!

Judith Weir is going to be the next master of the Queen’s music! She is the first woman in the position, and is pledging to work towards creating compositions that will enhance music education throughout England. To learn more about this interesting role, and what Weir is going to do […]

Der Erlkönig in the Ruins of a German Castle!

Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst’s transcription of Franz Schubert’s Der Erlkönig, based on a poem by Goethe, is considered to be one of the most difficult violin pieces ever written. The story describes the death of a child attacked by the Erlking, a supernatural creature.  German-Korean meds online no rx, what is the […]

Featured Instrument: Full-size Suzuki Violin!

Perfect for the budding student, this full-size Suzuki violin has a surprisingly rich, robust tone with excellent playability. The violin is being sold as an outfit, with case and bow, for the extraordinarily low price of $500.   For an affordable price, this violin is the perfect choice for a promising student […]

What’s worth $45 Million…?

The Stradivari ‘MacDonald’ Viola!!     One of only 10 surviving Stradivari violas, the ‘MacDonald’ is valued at $45 million. The viola went up for auction at Sotheby’s this spring, but bidders failed to meet the asking price. If it had sold, it would have surpassed the current auction record […]

Against Me! at The Met tonight.

Against Me! is going to be at The Met tonight at 8pm in Hope Artiste Village! “The bracingly political Florida punk band has been a going viagra canada prescription concern since 1997, but Transgender Dysphoria Blues can’t help but feel like a debut: It’s the group’s first album since singer […]

RIFF Music Discoveries!

We’ve scouted out the Rhode Island International Film Festival line-up, and have found all of the music-themed films showing this year, so you don’t have to! What Cheer?   “After the sudden passing of his wife, Stan (Richard Kind) finds himself in a state of shock. He tries to ignore his […]

Featured Instrument: Roth 17″ Viola!

The name Ernst Heinrich Roth has long been synonymous with quality. This viola is as striking in tone as it is in appearance. Made in Bubenreuth-Erlangen, Germany in 1969 by Ernst Heinrich Roth, this 17″ viola has a clear, bold sound that lends itself well to performing.   The viola is a Stradivari […]

Featured Instrument: Soloist Cello by Stringworks!

The Soloist by Stringworks has long been one of the most coveted instruments for advancing student players. This instrument is in like-new condition, with striking red-brown varnish. The ribs and back are beautifully flamed maple, and the top is made from extraordinarily straight-grained spruce. The cello outfit is featured at […]

Featured Instrument: Armand Aromin’s 16.5″ Viola!

Resident luthier and fiddle aficionado Armand Aromin is selling his soulful 16.5″ viola at the shop! Armand graduated from the North Bennet Street School in 2013, and is now actively making instruments and working at McCarten Violins. Check out his website here.     Aromin’s viola was made in Boston […]

Rose Clancy, friend of the shop, featured in Boston Globe!

Dennis’ friend Rose Clancy entered the North Bennet Street School at age 42, marking the beginning of a major career shift. After graduating, she founded the Chatham Fiddle Company, where she hosts concerts, and started buy prescriptions online, canadian medications clomid success rate by age Discount System, buy online […]

Revitalizing Detroit through Music

  Luthier Gary Zimnicki of Detroit has made over a dozen mandolins and ukeleles from the old floorboards and ceiling joists of vacant buildings. Working with the non-profit Reclaim Detroit, which works to re-use the materials of torn-down buildings, Zimnicki is contributing to the Pharmacy Rx One, Super Discounts And […]