In the Workshop at the Violin Making School of America 

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Students from California to Shanghai come to Salt Lake City's Violin Making School of America, owned by Charles Woolf. Woolf outlined the instrument making process, and students John Nickels, Rachel Gray and Melissa Collins shared what brought them here.

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