Village Music at Lynwood Center
At the Heart of Bainbridge Island
4569 Lynwood Center Road
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
Next to the Historic Lynwood Theater
We will be open Sundays Only, noon to 5:pm
Oct.5 thru Oct.26 - then back to regular hours
Regular Store Hours
Mon. thru Sat. 10:00 - 6:00
Sun. 12:00 - 5:00
Games of Music
5th/6th grade band book by Ralph Burton
Now in stock!
"The Cuban Heels"
Alan Simcoe, Steve Newton, and Ian Turner
1st and 3rd Friday's, 7pm to 9pm! the trio performs at the Suzanne Maurice wine bar across from our music store. Always a sizzling evening out!!
They'll traveling in October but will be back on tap with vocalist Shannon Dowling November 4th and 18th.
Check out what's new at Village Music from Larrivee
Speical Order, only at Village Music: Larrivee 000-60R all solid wood (of course), Italian spruce top, rosewood back and sides, harringbone binding, slotted headstock, gloss finish, stunning bold sound, great volume!
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Village Music now offers Choro Workshops each Monday evening, 6:30 to 7:30 or so.
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We are pleased to announce the formation of Bainbridge's own Batucada ensemble.
Batucada, samba drumming, originated in Brazil, and its rhythms are spreading.
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Get it Here!
They're here!! the TomKat Amp by JazzKat. Their flagship combo amp is the finest, smallest, lightest, quality jass combo amp you can buy! They are also excellent for acoustic instruments. Now 200 Watts, just 16 pounds, 2 chanels (doubles as a coffee house/club amp), ported 10" speaker, selectable tube pre-amp, digital effects. John Pizzerelli and Mimi Fox use these amps, and so do I!! Alan Simcoe, proprietor.
About Village Music at Lynwood Center
In September of 2003 Village Music opened its doors to the public in the historical Lynwood Center on Bainbridge Island. It started as a show place for the custom instruments built by the owner, Alan Simcoe, and a string shop, specializing in classical guitars, their repair and teaching. The store quickly outgrew its space.
In 2006 Village Music was able to move into a larger space in the Lynwood Center building. With the new space, Village Music expanded to include a full hand percussion section, a larger violin and cello section and larger selection of guitars and even ukuleles and jazz hats. The move also allowed for an on site workshop for Alan to build his instruments and offer guitar and ukulele building classes.
Alan can be seen in the workshop by passersby as they come and go from the music store, line up to catch a film at the Lynwood Theater, or patronize the Pane Amore bakery or the Treehouse Cafe. It's all part of the old world charm of the Island's south end village. For Village Music Alan chooses instruments based on their sound, reliability, and then price point. Village Music is run by Alan Simcoe and his wife, Debby. Their daughters, Alaina Toadpipe and Marissa Simcoe, occasionally help with the sales and office. You may often see the grandsons Rowan and Reed testing all new instruments for quality or up at grandpa's workbench honing skills in sawing, hammering and painting.
Alan Simcoe, was selected "Island Treasure" by the Bainbridge Island Arts & Humanities Council for 2009.
Village Music at Lynwood Center4569 Lynwood Center Rd NE
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110