David Dow, principal clarinet, Symphony of New Brunswick.
"Marius, you are in my opinion, the ultimate instrument technician and from what I’ve heard one of the best in North America.
Thanks to you, I have a sax and clarinet which still work like new, or, actually better than new – I really appreciate all the visits with you, when you made small adjustments that made big differences in playability, especially with my sax."
"I've had great working horns ever since I met Marius!"
"Marius is always very accommodating and professional to me and my students. When emergencies strike we can always count on him. But the really good news is that he is VERY GOOD at what he does. He brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and intuitive insight to any task. Marius can fix all woodwinds at the high end of the business as well as fixing the mundane things related to our instruments. He is always inventive and coming up with new ideas, for example his new crack pinning process....guaranteed success! And his skills go way beyond the demands of musical instruments. We are so very lucky to have him in Nova Scotia."
Dr. Stan Fisher (Acadia University, retired)
"I consider Marius Kowalski to be among the finest instrument technicians anywhere, his understanding of the mechanics of woodwinds is superb, and he is the only one I trust with my instrument. I honestly do not know what I would do without him!!"
"Marius has fully restored my tenor
saxophone. The attention to detail
and the setup was incredible.
The horn is a pleasure to play and I do
not have to worry about anything during
The Beausejour Ensemble: James Mark, clarinet; Belinda Code, oboe; Iris Frazer, bassoon; Anne Varner, flute; William Costin, French horn.
Anna & Nicole Dijon
Ginette Gibeault, George & Susan Kulik of the Stadacona Band of the Royal Canadian Navy.
Wyndrock Quintet: Amanda Mark (flute), Nina Woulff (oboe), Clement Roy (clarinet), Kristen Domm (bassoon) and Michael Chisholm (horn)