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Fiddleheads Violins

PO Box 49
Salmon Arm/Canoe, Canada

Website: http://www.fiddleheads.ca

Builds violins and/or bows? Yes
Sells? Yes
Repairs? Yes

**NEWS: Fiddleheads won the first "Green Award" in the 2007 Salmon Arm Business Excellence Awards for eco-friendly practices. Owner Rhiannon Schmitt also won BC's Okanagan Music Award for "Classical Artist of the Year" for the second year in a row in 2007.

Fiddleheads Violins is an award-winning business owned by a professional violinist and teacher. Located online and physically in Salmon Arm, BC, Canada, the shop specializes in quality stringed instruments and bows, accessories and sheet music.

We carry both used/antique and new instruments by Violin Society of America award-winning makers such as Ming Jiang Zhu and Xuechang Sun. We also carry violins by Angela Moneff, Ivan Kocheff, Ivan Stankov and Petko Stoinov, Jean Tabary and CodaBow carbon-fibre bows, Bon Musica Rests, and other specialty items.

*Special order commissioned instruments with unusual requests [left-handed, wide necks, etc] and in intense flames also available.

Shop online or by appointment. We happily ship most items free to the Canada, the USA and other countries.

Our service is fantastic earning us fabulous testimonials from many thrilled customers from around the world and several business awards.

Additionally we offer expert repair services and orchestral music arranging. The school branch of Fiddleheads offers private instruction & ensembles.

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