Adam Juzek recalls playing around in his father’s workshop as a kid. It never occurred to him to do anything other than working in the family business. As a result, Adam and his brother Rob, purchased the family business from their father in 2008. His family’s involvement in music goes back to the very early 1900's when his great uncle began making violins. His great-grandfather established Metropolitan Music in 1920 to sell the instruments, which has focused on wholesaling and catalog sales since the 1970s. Adam is proud to work alongside his brother as they continue the family tradition of producing violins and accessories for musicians around the world.
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