We service and repair all types of band and orchestra instruments, from flutes to tubas, and small violins to large upright basses. Our professional team works full-time to ensure that your instruments are cared for and provide the best possible musical experience. Our rental customers who enjoy our VIP insurance pay no additional cost or deductible to have their instruments repaired or replaced if necessary.

Free estimates are given on all repairs and work will not proceed until you give your okay.

THE DUNKLEY MUSIC BAND REPAIR TEAM


Lisa Larimore is the Band Repair Shop Manager at Dunkley Music and has over 17 years of band instrument repair experience. She received a Bachelors Degree in Music from the University of Witswaterstrand in Johannesburg, South Africa. She plays the alto saxophone and was the founding member of the Irving Saxophone Quartet in Irving, Texas. Lisa is a member of the National Association of Professional Band Instrument Repair Technicians, Inc. 

Walt Jones has been repairing band instruments for 3 ½ years and has been with Dunkley Music for 2 years. He plays the tuba and euphonium. Walt received a certificate in Band Repair and then received an Associates Degree in Applied Sciences specifically in Instrument Repair Technology from Renton Technical College in Washington State. He is a member of the National Associate of Professional Band Instrument Repair Technicians, Inc since 2012.

Philip Kassel started band repair for Dunkley Music in 2013. He has received a Bachelors Degree in Music from the University of North Carolina- Greensboro and a Masters of Music degree from DePaul University in Chicago. Currently he is the Associate Principle Horn player in the Boise Philharmonic. Along with this, he plays in the Boise Philharmonic Brass Quintet. Philip also teaches french horn lessons at the Esther Simplot Performing Arts Academy.  

Susan is a graduate of Renton Technical College in Band Repair and has been with Dunkley Music since 2014. She played the clarinet but has spent time playing the saxophone, oboe, and baritone. Along with this she enjoys playing as many instruments as possible. Susan started and led the Zimbabwe Style Marimba Ensemble for at risk teens in Lynnwood, Washington. Also, she has taught music to a small group of middle school and high school special education students.  Susan is a member of the National Associate of Professional Band Instrument Repair Technicians, Inc.