Music is food for the soul. It inspires love and creativity while evoking powerful emotions. Music reduces stress, improves sleep, elevates mood and so much more. The benefits are exponential.
HornCraft Music strives to promote those benefits in addition to the vibrant music community present in BC’s Northwest. The locally owned and operated business offers instruments, both new and used, for the budding musician or finely-tuned professional.
HornCraft Music also provides high-end repairs of all woodwind, brass and string instruments, well-priced rentals, accessories and more. Customer satisfaction is always guaranteed on all products, services and repairs.
Discover a wide selection of violins, violas, cellos, basses, flutes, clarinets, saxophones, trumpets, trombones, low brass and percussion kits. HornCraft Music happily places custom orders for special requests with competitive rates. Give the store a call to see what they have in stock.
Music can be an introspective or social and shared experience. Whichever you are searching for, HornCraft Music connects musicians and community members with events and services available in the Northwest. Get out there and get playing with HornCraft Music today!
Meet Michael Nelligan
Meet Michael Nelligan
Smithers has it all and for Michael Nelligan, the community was the perfect place to build a business and raise his family. The diverse opportunities for residents to get involved with are endless and between the outdoor activities, sports, arts and music, Smithers supports an active and fulfilled lifestyle for all community members. Especially vibrant is the local music scene, consisting of an inspirational medley of musicians who make Smithers the wonderful place that it is.
Michael loves the connections that he is able to make through his home-based business. He feels a great sense of satisfaction in supporting others in their pursuit of music. Michael especially enjoys his “ability to take a musical instrument that is not functional and make it sing again!”
Through rigorous training, the HornCraft Music owner has built up his instrumental repair expertise since 2005. He obtained a two-year intensive diploma in musical instrument repair from Keyano College in Fort McMurray, Alberta; a national standard for professional training. Additional programs have kept Michael up-to-date and expanding his knowledge base. He stands behind his work, guaranteed!