Wind & Brass provides, prompt, professional onsite care for your musical instrument.
We also specialise in the sales of quality pre-loved instruments.
Wind & Brass was originally established in 2003 by Woodwind and Brass repairer Sally LIndenberg. After training in instrument repair at the Australian Academy of Music and with other repairers in Brisbane, Sally moved abroad to continue her training with a woodwind specialist in Dublin, Ireland. Upon her return in 2003, Sally set up a small bench in her home in Woolloongabba, and the business has grown from here.
In 2010, Sally started Audrey's Music Shop in West end, Brisbane. This retail store was sold in 2016, so that Sally could focus on her true passion of Brass and Woodwind instrument repair.
The workshop is now located in Carindale, Brisbane and has had a recent boost in tooling and size as demand has grown. Sally's clientele ranges from beginner to pro players, school band programs, recording and touring artists, and military bands.
We also stock a large range of second hand Brass and Woodwind instruments, reeds, mouthpieces and other accessories.
Our aim is to keeping musicians playing to their best ability with professionally serviced instruments, whilst offering great customer service and after sales support. Sally Lindenberg has over 17 years experience as an instrument technician, and is currently the NAPBIRT Vice President. (National Association for Professional Band Instrument Repair Technicians).
We repair for many schools and other organisations all around Australia. Whether you are the 8 year just starting out, or the professional player with 40 years experience, we are more than happy to get your instrument in tip top shape!
With so many inferior brands on the market these days, Wind and Brass has turned their retail focus to selling great quality , serviced, pre loved instruments.
As it is the case in many industries these days, some areas of instrument manufacturing has turned to excessive production of short-lived, inferior instruments. Buying secondhand often means you are getting a much longer lasting, higher quality instrument for a fraction of the price, with great resale value! What's not to like?