Asked by: Wiktor Minervin
asked in category: music and audio Last Updated: 26th September, 2020

Where are snow violins made?

Intermediate and Student Violins from Snow
One of these luthiers was Xueping Hu, founder of the Snow workshop in Beijing, China. Though Snow is noted for its violins, the workshop also produces other handcrafted stringed instruments including violas, cellos and basses.

Read remaining answer here. Also question is, are Stentor Violins made in China?

Formed in South London in 1895 and now based in Reigate Surrey, in 1995 Stentor opened their own violin making factory in China. Some 20 years on they now have 200 workers in this factory making violins. Every Stentor violin has inlaid purfling which strengthens the violin at its edges.

One may also ask, where are Revelle violins made? Connolly's Revelle violins are essentially completed by carefully selected contract workshops in southern China, with setup (including sound posts) and accessorizing done by Connolly's own experts in the U.S.

Secondly, where and when was the violin family made?

The violin, viola, and cello were first made in the early 16th century, in Italy. The earliest evidence for their existence is in paintings by Gaudenzio Ferrari from the 1530s, though Ferrari's instruments had only three strings.

How much does a real violin cost?

Although violin prices can run the gamut from $100 to $100,000 and more, as a beginner, you need an instrument that suits your current abilities without being too pricey. On average, you should budget anywhere between $400-$2,000 toward your violin cost.