05/14/2005 - Toronto Star
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From  tree to timbre" article by Oakland Ross
Hratch Armenious Tchalkouchian found his calling in the Caucasus Mountains above the Black Sea. In December of 1967, somewhere north of the Armenian capital of Yerevan, he cut down the perfect tree, which he used to fashion his first violin. Since then he’s made nearly 400 of his highly regarded instruments from the same tree.

The Voice of the Violin - Trailer - Short Film by Jamie Day Fleck



Film featuring Hratch Armenious



The Art of Violin Making in Canada - Hratch Armenious Violin Poster 36 x 24 inch print
DESIGN: Fisher Design Associates Inc. PHOTOGRAPHY: Detlef Schnepel

The Art of Violin Making in Canada - Hratch Armenious Violin Poster 36 x 24 inch  print

The Art of Violin Making in Canada - Artak Armenious Violin Poster 36 x 24 inch print
DESIGN: Fisher Design Associates Inc. PHOTOGRAPHY: Detlef Schnepel

The Art of Violin Making in Canada - Artak Armenious Violin Poster 36 x 24 inch  print