News

  • October Carbon Fiber Bow Giveaway!

     

    Enter the drawing below using Rafflecopter. No Purchase necessary.

    Enter using your Email address or your Facebook account. Get extra entries for referring your friends. Also, get extra entries for Tweeting about the giveaway, sharing on Facebook and even commenting on this blog entry

    We so much appreciate our Magic Rosin® friends spreading the good word--and these giveaways are a big part of that. Thank you again for your continued entries and support!

    Enter the giveaway below:

    a Rafflecopter giveaway
  • ← Next Post Previous Post →
  • Comments on this post (116 comments)

    • Laura says...

      amazing!

      On November 12, 2014

    • Abby Deputy says...

      Oh my gosh this is so awesome! I’m a cellist, and I love to play my cello!

      On November 05, 2014

    • Eric Maisonet says...

      I started playing the violin in 4th grade had to stop because we moved. Picked it up again bout 9yrs ago. I love it.

      On October 31, 2014

    • Laura says...

      My son has been playing the cello for over 6 years and plans to continue playing in college. He is amazing to listen to. Would love to win this for him!

      On October 31, 2014

    • Ellen Hooper says...

      i started violin when I was 7

      On October 31, 2014

    • Misti says...

      10 years, sax

      On October 31, 2014

    • Donna Trower says...

      I love the beauty of the orchestra as each person flawlessly does their part to make a magical point in time.

      On October 30, 2014

    • Valerie says...

      I give this rosin to my students, we play Hide the Rosin with it; we even use it on our bow hair now and then!

      On October 30, 2014

    • Charis Wang says...

      I love playing the cello! I’ve been playing since age 7, fourth grade. I could really use a new bow :)

      On October 30, 2014

    • Karen Vincent says...

      I started strings in 6th grade. Am now a proud professional violist/violinist…..

      On October 30, 2014

  • Leave a comment