Triangle Strings is a division of Pasewicz String Instrument, Inc.
About Jerry Pasewicz
Jerry Pasewicz began his career making his first violin and bow in 1978. After spending time in violin making school, working in violin shops and owning his own shop, he was hired to direct the workshop at Shar Products in 1988. At Shar he worked alongside multiple award-winning violinmaker and former Weisshaar foreman David Burgess, gaining crucial experience in the restoration of violin and bows. In 1992, armed with this experience, he was hired as an instrument restorer at the famed Jacques Francais Rare Violins in New York, under the direction of renowned restorer Rene Morel. In the Francais workshop Mr. Pasewicz not only had the opportunity to work on the finest instruments and bows in existence, but also to work for some of the world's finest musicians. He continued working under the direction of Maestro Morel for two and a half years, and continued doing work for Jacques Franšais until leaving Manhattan in 1998. During his time in New York, Jerry Pasewicz also had the honor of serving a bow making apprenticeship with multiple gold medal-winning maker David Samuels.
- Mr. Pasewicz has been a participant in the Oberlin workshops since 1997. He has been an instructor in the bow making and restoration workshop at Oberlin since 2000, and has been on the faculty of the instrument set up workshop from 2004-2006.
- Mr. Pasewicz has been a presenter at The Violin Society of America conventions, currently sits on its board of directors as Vice President, and is the chairman of the VSA International Violin and Bow Makers Competition.
- Mr. Pasewicz has been a member of the American Federation of Violin and Bow Makers since 1997, and currently serves as president of this organization.
Jerry Pasewicz owns Pasewicz String Instrument, Inc., a violin and bow shop in Raleigh. He and his staff specialize in instrument and bow repair and restoration for musicians and dealers across North America.