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Toronto Violin and Bow Maker Exhibition
September 18th,  Koerner Hall
 
On Sunday, September 18th, the Canadian Association of Violin and Bow Makers (CAVBM) will hold an exhibition in Toronto of string instruments and bows made by more than 30 makers from across Canada.  
 
The exhibition opens at 10 a.m. at Leslie & Anna Dan Galleria, Koerner Hall, Toronto. Musicians are welcome to try violins, violas, cellos and their bows. Many of them will be available for a longer period through Violin Dealers Geo. Heinl & Co. Limited, after the exhibition. 
 
There will be free concerts during the event, featuring the Odin Quartet, Toronto Symphony Orchestra violist Theresa Rudolph, and violin soloist Kerson Leong. 
 
Also the Canadian Association of Violin and Bow Makers has launched a new website! Among other features, the new website will allow string musicians to search for available Canadian instruments & bows from across Canada and further afield. A one-stop location for Canadian contemporary instruments and bows. 
 
Please visit here for information on the Toronto Luthier Exhibition and our new website:  https://www.leforumdesfabricants.org
 
 

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On 8/25/2022 at 3:24 PM, Guy Harrison said:
Toronto Violin and Bow Maker Exhibition
September 18th,  Koerner Hall
 
On Sunday, September 18th, the Canadian Association of Violin and Bow Makers (CAVBM) will hold an exhibition in Toronto of string instruments and bows made by more than 30 makers from across Canada.  
 
The exhibition opens at 10 a.m. at Leslie & Anna Dan Galleria, Koerner Hall, Toronto. Musicians are welcome to try violins, violas, cellos and their bows. Many of them will be available for a longer period through Violin Dealers Geo. Heinl & Co. Limited, after the exhibition. 
 
There will be free concerts during the event, featuring the Odin Quartet, Toronto Symphony Orchestra violist Theresa Rudolph, and violin soloist Kerson Leong. 
 
Also the Canadian Association of Violin and Bow Makers has launched a new website! Among other features, the new website will allow string musicians to search for available Canadian instruments & bows from across Canada and further afield. A one-stop location for Canadian contemporary instruments and bows. 
 
Please visit here for information on the Toronto Luthier Exhibition and our new website:  https://www.leforumdesfabricants.org
 
 

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Mr Harrison, would you mind re- posting this in a forum above? I am not sure that many venture down here to the Happenings forum.

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2 hours ago, Guy Harrison said:

Sure!  Which Forum would you recommend ? ( ... )

Either! The pegbox might wake some up. I am sure the Michigan makers know about the event.

If I were anywhere near Rochester or Detroit, would buzz up there in a minute. 

So happy for your original post! Have not been to an American makers event for ages. Would love to attend were it possible.

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8 minutes ago, GoPractice said:

Either! The pegbox might wake some up. I am sure the Michigan makers know about the event.

If I were anywhere near Rochester or Detroit, would buzz up there in a minute. 

So happy for your original post! Have not been to an American makers event for ages. Would love to attend were it possible.

Thank you - of course our event is focused towards musicians, teachers and students.  This is why I posted in "Music Happenings" not the "Pegbox".

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