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SweeneyBrass is a musical instrument repair shop located in Raleigh, NC, specializing in the care and craft of brass instruments.  

Offering a multitude of services including repair, customization, fabrication, and education, musicians of all levels are welcome.  

SweeneyBrass is committed to providing quality craftsmanship and unparalleled attention to each musician's needs. 

SweeneyBrass is proud to be an authorized dealer of TorpedoBag, Protec, Cronkhite cases, and Schilke trumpets, trombones, and mouthpieces. SweeneyBrass also sells a wide variety of refurbished instruments along with a large selection of accessories including oils, mutes, and maintenance products (and T-shirts!).

 

 

Phone

(919) 617 - 6340

Location

1520 Brookside Drive

Unit 1

Raleigh, NC 27604

Appointments Available

Walk-ins Welcome

M - F 10am - 6pm
Saturday 10am - 2pm

 

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About

SWEENEYBRASS is the workshop and repair facility run by Scott Sweeney, musician and maker who grew up here in Cary, NC. 

Scott attended Dillard Drive Middle School, Athens Drive High School, and the North Carolina School of the Arts before moving to NYC to get a degree in bass trombone performance from the Manhattan School of Music. While there he was active as a musician with various groups - from rock bands to Broadway and Oompah bands to orchestras - there was never a shortage of performing. 

As a repairman, Scott worked in one of NYC's busiest shops and was lucky enough to be called upon by some of the greatest musicians the city had to offer. After nearly a decade, Scott has returned home and brought his workshop and craft with him. 

In addition to running the workshop, Scott has enjoyed performing with local groups like the North Carolina Symphony, the Durham Symphony Orchestra, the Raleigh Civic Symphony, the Triangle British Brass Band, and the Triangle Wind Ensemble.

Scott has served as a guest lecturer at numerous universities and high schools throughout the Triangle. He has taught masterclasses on instrument repair, maintenance and low brass performance. He is available for future group/or class engagements - please email ops@sweeneybrass.com for details.