History
The Chicago School of Violin Making, Inc. offers a full-time, three-year program in violin making and repair to an international student body. Originally founded as the Kenneth Warren & Son School of Violin Making in 1975, the school has been under the direction of Master Violin Maker Tschu Ho Lee since its inception. In December 2002 the school incorporated as a not-for-profit entity to ensure the continuity of the program and its high standard of training.