A Violin Maker Investigates the Bow-Making Process

By James N. McKean Ron Forrester came to bow making later than most. He was in his early thirties, an amateur cellist, when he brought a broken bow into the shop of Yung Chin in New York. That visit changed his life. ā€œIā€™d always wanted to do something that had meaning, working with my hands. … Continue reading A Violin Maker Investigates the Bow-Making Process