Made in Cremona: Twenty-First-Century Violin-Making Traditions

In conjunction with the exhibition The Sau-Wing Lam Collection of Rare Italian Stringed Instruments, on view December 18, 2012–June 30, 2013, Paolo Bodini, President, Fondazione Stradivari, outlines the revival of the violin-making traditions of Cremona, which witnessed a revival in the 1930s. They city is currently the home of the Foundazione Stradivari, as well as the host of a violin-making school.

Recorded April 21, 2013

This program is made possible by the Pearl Ehrlich Fund. The program is presented in collaboration with the Fondazione Stradivari.

The exhibition is made possible by The Amati, Friends of the Department of Musical Instruments.

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