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Maestronet is a great example of how much information is available about violin making...and how hungry people are to learn more about the trade. There are great violin making schools. Few makers have the opportunity to attend. There are many good workshops: Oberlin Makers, Restoration, Acoustics, Bass,and Bow making, our Violin Varnish Workshop, Rodney Mohr's bow making and restoration, Joe Thrift's makers workshop. There is the UNH summer program with Lynn Hannings, Hans Neble, and Todd Goldenberg. These programs are a great way to learn new skills and hone old ones. Two prob
Hello Friends at Maestronet- I’d like to invite you to our 10th Annual Fiddle Hell Gathering at the Westford Regency, Westford, Massachusetts, USA, Nov. 7-9, 2014. An overview of Fiddle Hell 2014 is at http://www.reinerfam...troduction.html There will be a full schedule of over 130 hands-on workshops and jams at http://www.reinerfam...l-schedule.html Rates are very low for the weekend (with discounts for kids and seniors) and you can also just pay for a single day. Prepaid admissions for the entire weekend are $90 or less. Parking is free and plentiful. You can stay at the Regency in disco
Hello Fiddling Friends at Maestronet- I’d like to invite you to our 9th Annual Fiddle Hell Gathering at the Colonial Inn and Scout House in Concord, Massachusetts, Nov. 8-10, 2013. An overview of Fiddle Hell 2013 is at http://www.reinerfam...troduction.html There's a full schedule of over 100 hands-on workshops and jams at http://www.reinerfam...l-schedule.html Rates are low for the weekend or a single day, and parking is free. Our fiddle staff includes 22 excellent traditional players who are also great teachers: Alan Kaufman, Andy Reiner, Barbara McOwen, Bob Alessio, Clayton March, Dave R