Phillip Injeian Violin Shop

Located in Pittsburgh’s bustling Cultural District, Phillip’s shop has been providing musicians with the finest instruments and services for decades. Phillip is well known for his superior violinmaking and setup abilities that attract hundreds of string players from all over the world.

Shop hours are 10am-6pm Tuesday-Friday and 10am-3pm on Saturdays. Walk-ins are welcome but appointments are preferred. Call the shop or fill out an appointment request form so that we may provide you with the best possible service. We look forward to meeting you!


Gallery Crawl Exhibit: The Violins of Pittsburgh

Opening April 24th, 5pm – 10pm at Phillip Injeian Violins

Stop by Phillip Injeian Violins during Pittsburgh’s Cultural District’s Gallery Crawl on April 24th from 5-10pm to view (and hear) Phillip Injeian’s collection of rare, turn of the century violins made right ehre in Pittsburgh. This exhibit will be the first of its kind ever assembled, don’t miss out!

^The exhibit will remain up for one week following the Gallery Crawl


Upcoming Local Concerts

Brahms First: Beethoven’s Inheritance

Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra

Fri, Mar 13 – Sun, Mar 15, 2020 at Heinz Hall

Alina Ibragimova

Shostakovich: Violin Concerto No. 1 

Brahms: Symphony No. 1

She stands among the top of the younger generation. The moving First Violin Concerto of Shostakovich. Alina Ibragimova, says The New York Times, “makes familiar works sound both spontaneously conceived and inevitable. Her playing proclaims authority.” Experience the artistry of this young Russian virtuoso in the moving First Violin Concerto of Shostakovich. And guest conductor Jacob Hrusa leads Brahms’ powerful First Symphony.

A pre-concert talk, beginning one hour prior to the performance in the auditorium, will be led by Guest Assistant Conductor Maria Sensi Sellner. This talk is open to all ticketholders.


Pittsburgh Opera

March 28th – April 5th at Benedum Center

Beautiful, passionate and intense, Carmen is the belle of Seville, leaving a trail of broken hearts in her wake. To lover her is to flirt with danger as her fitful feelings can sway in an instant. Bizet’s sensational heroine returns to the stage. This is one fiery temptress not be missed!

In the blaze of the Spanish heat in 19th Century Seville, Carmen is the provocative Gyspy woman, whose short temper brings her to the attention of the kind and charismatic Don Jose, who falls head over heels in love with her much to the chagrin of Micheala, the girl who has pegged him for her heart. Unperturbed by a short prison sentence at the fault of Carmen, Don Jose is freed and finds her with a gang of smugglers, and a charming new suitor, Escamillo. An intense tale of love found and ruthlessly taken, how will Jose cope with this new development.

Bizet’s piece has been mesmerizing audiences since it first premiered in 1875 and is one of today’s most often performed operatic works, highly regarded for its harmony and melody.

Pamela Frank and Emmanuel Ax

Chamber Music Pittsburgh

March 30th, 7:30pm at Carnegie Music Hall

Please join Chamber Music Pittsburgh for our concert on Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7:30pm at Carnegie Music Hall, Oakland featuring Pamela Frank, violin and Emanuel Ax, piano. Frank’s chamber music projects include performances with such artists as Peter Serkin, Yo-Yo Ma, and her father, the late pianist Claude Frank; and frequent appearances with the Academy of St. Martin-in-the-Fields, Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center, and Musicians from Marlboro. Ax begins the current season with concerts in Vienna, Paris and London with the trios of Brahms recently released by SONY Classical. In the US he returns to the orchestras in Cleveland, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Washington, Detroit, Pittsburgh, Nashville and Portland, OR, and to Carnegie Hall for a recital to conclude the season. In Europe he can be heard in Munich, Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome, Vienna, London, and on tour with the Budapest Festival Orchestra in Italy.