Violin/F.A. Sennett violins

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Dave Lashof - All-Expert violin wrote at 2016-09-09 00:26:41
His instruments have auctioned from $400-1,000. The best way to get a retail fair trade value is to take it to a violin shop for an person evaluation.


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Bill Alpert

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BEFORE YOU ASK, PLEASE NOTE: I cannot answer questions about instrument repair or value. You need to visit a reputable local violin shop for such assistance, or do some reasearch online: http://www.oriscus.com/mi/violin.htm I can answer questions related to the study of the violin, teaching violin and the performance of concert (classical) music. I'm happy to assist anyone who is serious about his/her violin journey as a pathway to personal growth and musical achievement.

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I am a professional symphony violinist, studio recording musician and also a private studio teacher specializing in the Suzuki Method. I've arranged music for small ensembles and voice, and have contracted musical performances in a variety of venues.

Organizations
American String Teachers Association, Suzuki Institute of the Americas

Education/Credentials
B.A. Music, UCLA, California State Polytechnic University, Suzuki Pedagogical studies at the Suzuki Institute of Colorado and at Occidental College.

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