Current Schedule

UNH 2022 was offered as a VIRTUAL event (format for 2023 TBD), on the heels of the well-received, special 5-day VIRTUAL workshop in February 2022 (expanded for 2023).

Click on “tool up!” next to each of my classes to review (and, if you wish, order many of) the items suggested for participation in each class.

~ N E W  O P P O R T U N I T Y ! ~

I am sad to report that classes at Claremont Colleges (California) are no longer available. If you cannot make any of my VIRTUAL UNH 2023 classes as listed below, please contact me to discuss options for VIRTUAL one-on-one classes directly with me.

University of New Hampshire
presents its
Special Feb/Mar Courses:

Live 5-day VIRTUAL Workshops
with Lynn Hannings

~ Lynn’s 2nd encore year! ~

University of New Hampshire
Presents its
50th Annual Violin
Craftsmanship Institute:
Summer 2023

Weekly [format TBD] Workshops

~ Lynn’s 37th encore year! ~

February 6 - 10, 2023 | 10am - 4pm Daily
Tool-up for Course | FMI and to Register via UNH

The most frequent repair needed by string players is Bow Rehairing; learn this critical skill with Lynn this winter! This essential skill will benefit the student who is interested in building a shop of their own or who wishes to develop skills that will make them valuable to an existing professional shop.

March 6 - 10, 2023 | 10am - 4pm Daily
Tool-up for Course | FMI and to Register via UNH

Rather than replacing a bow that needs repair, fix it! This workshop will cover routine repairs that will keep bows in good working order. Often bows that come in for rehairing also need repair due to normal wear and tear from regular use. Since all these repairs can dramatically affect the weight and balance of the bow, it is critically important that bow shop employees understand the aspects of playability and the importance of meeting the physical and musical needs of the musicians entrusting them with their bows.

2023 Dates TBD

Take one or more weeks!

  • Several Workshops,
    One- and Two-weeks Long
  • Violin and Bow; Making and Repair
  • Beginning, Intermediate & Advanced
  • Internationally-renowned Faculty
  • Small Classes
  • Intensive, Hands-on Experience

Lynn Armour Hannings

    George Rubino

    Visit the UNH website for additional information, as well as other offered classes.

    For information and registration materials:
    phone (603) 862-7380
    fax (603) 862-7381
    email click here to send
    write Violin Institute
    University of New Hampshire
    Professional Development and Training
    Room G50, Stoke Hall
    11 Garrison Avenue
    Durham, New Hampshire 03824