John Delmonico works at a small violin shop on East Avenue in Rochester, continuing a tradition that dates back to the 16th century.
"You know it's something we don't hear about that much anymore," said Delmonico, who began working at Sullivan Violins five years ago.
“Really, the story is I couldn't find a teaching job and I needed a job.”
He’s a classically-trained cellist with a background in music education. He started out as an office clerk at Sullivan’s, but soon took an interest in how the instruments were built and maintained.