Phillip Injeian<br />Master Violin Maker
Upcoming Events

April 25-May 4
Mozart Festival with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Heinz Hall, Downtown

A 2-week festival with Maestro Manfred Honeck and the PSO!

March 8 & 10, 2013
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra plays Bartok and Mozart
Heinz Hall, Downtown

Bartok's Concert for Orchestra and Mozart's Piano Concerto No. 15. >

Tuesday, March 12, 2013
Jackie Evancho with the Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra
Heinz Hall, Downtown

Jackie Evancho sings Songs from the Silver Screen. >

March 15 & 23, 2013
Pittsburgh Philharmonic presents "Storybook Heroes"

Including music from Hansel and Gretel, Cinderella, and the Young Artists Competition winners. >

March 16 & 17, 2013
Edgewood Symphony Orchestra presents Don Kamin in The Classical Clown"
Katz Performing Arts Center, JCC of Pittsburgh

Including several John Williams favorites, and a special Sunday performance by Harpist Rebecca Pfingsti. >

March 16-24, 2013
Pittsburgh Opera presents Madama Butterfly
Benedum Center, Downtown

Puccini's Classic tale of love and heartbreak. >

March 22-24, 2013
Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra presents Slatkin, Ax & Mozart
Heinz Hall, Downtown

Mozart Piano Concerto No. 25 with Emmanuel Ax, Prokofiev Symphony No. 5. >

Saturday, April 6, 2013
Pittsburgh Civic Orchestra presents "Play Me a Story"
Upper St. Clair Theatre

Featuring the Young Artist Competition winners and Beethoven's Symphony No. 6 "Pastoral". >

Featured Instrument
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16.5" Phillip Injeian's personal model
Viola, opus 88, 2006

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In the Cultural District of Pittsburgh, amidst the Symphony, Opera and Ballet, a world-class violin shop has been established by master violinmaker, Phillip Injeian. Servicing the local community, students and musicians across the United States and internationally, Phillip's name has become synonymous with instruments of the highest quality.

Known for his experience in violinmaking and sound-adjustments and setups, Phillip is a master restorer and his shop carries out repairs for students and professionals. In short, his shop provides a full range of service to visitors at his newest location.

Phillip's shop is open to the public, and is frequently visited by students and professional musicians. The shop includes an intimate concert hall containing a 1917 Steinway "M" used for in-house recitals.

Phillip Injeian

Nate Robinson playing Gershwin/Heifetz's 'It Ain't Necessarily So'
on Phillip's copy of Guarnerius del Gesu 'Cannon'