Stravari Orchestral Announces Global Distributors

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Recognized for over two decades for its quality manufacturing of orchestral instruments, Stravari has released an impressive, innovative line of music accessories and has chosen distributors in four countries to handle their global sales.

The coveted distributorships were awarded to Counterpoint Musical Services in Canada, Nova Strings in China, S.I.E. Co., Ltd. in Japan and Howard Core in the United States. All are proven industry leaders in their respective countries and have been commissioned to be “the primary force in getting these great products into the music retail stores,” according to Robin Rockley, owner of Straveri. Rockley adds that his company “supports the music industry and that happens by supporting both our distributors and their music retail outlets.”

Setting up distributorships around the world is a natural next step for Stravari, which has recently expanded this inventory line because of the increasing demand for exceptional orchestral rosins and care products.

Moreover, this Colorado company is in the forefront of the industry because they see innovation as part of their mission. Stravari has recently developed several new natural, non-toxic bow rosins for orchestral instruments and, after extensive testing, is offering them as part of their new accessory line. All of their products are hand-made in small batches to ensure the highest quality and standardization. These new rosin recipes are formulated through three manufacturing processes. They combine together five distinct premium tree resins with additives and minerals to create the finest bow rosins—that also happen to be completely safe and non-toxic.

Stravari’s new line of hand-made rosins for bowed instruments includes Gold, Chardonnay and Merlot, Aria Hypoallergenic, among other varieties. The reason for so many variations is that the characteristics of the rosin are key to playing stringed instruments well. “I view rosin as being the most affordable way to improve one’s performance,” said Rockley. “The breadth of the [rosin accessory] line was developed to accommodate different playing styles, the humidity level in one’s environment, the aggressiveness of the player and the bows performance...We don’t take a one-size-fits-all approach.”

The Stravari musical instrument company continually strives to provide professional, intermediate and budding musicians “with the finest orchestral instruments and accessories available from around the globe”—as you will discover on their website, http://www.Stravari.com. Browse through their new accessory line of non-toxic bow rosin and feel free to order any of their products or instruments from the new distributor that is nearest you.

Stravari is a DBA of Global Music Products and is owned by Robin Rockley and Sheila Rockley.

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