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trade, repair, accessories
Brianna Goldberg is a freelance musician and works as a double bassist in the Santa Barbara and Monterey Symphonies, and performs with the New Mexico Philharmonic.
She studied bow making with master bow maker Lynn Hannings and master bow maker George Rubino at the Violin Craftsman Institute at the University of New Hampshire and at the Southern California Violin Makers Workshop. Today Brianna Goldberg offers double bass bow rehairing and repair services.
Barry Hou – Marquis Violins
master violinmaker, restorer
trade, repair, restoration
Barry Hou made his first violin at the age of 17 and studied violin making and restoration with Richard Blois. He worked at the renowned violin shop of Thomas Metzler before he opened Marquis Violins in 1991.
In the workshop, he is being assisted by Jay Cai, who primarily concentrates on restorations.
Craig Scollard – Callier-Scollard Violins
violin maker, restorer
trade, repair, restoration, leasing, accessories
The shop was founded in 1900 by violin and bow maker Frank Joseph Callier (1883–1971) in St. Louis. It moved to San Antonio (Texas) in 1916 and in 1928 to Hollywood. It was taken over by his son Paul Callier and sold to Craig Scollard in 1984.
Craig Scollard studied violin repair with Paul Callier and making with Rock Eggen in Salt Lake City. Today he specializes on repair and bow making.