The first network enhancing the high-quality lutherie and supporting the career of young musicians in a circular economy

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The String Circle, the new project conceived by Le Dimore del Quartetto and promoted in collaboration with Fondazione Museo del Violino Antonio Stradivari, connects the excellence of the art of lutherie with the new promising generation of musicians, through the international mapping of the best artisan workshops.

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WOMEN IN LUTHERIE

Women and violin making – once and now By M° Ulrike DedererViolin Maker – Zürich Looking back in history it seems like for centuries violin making was a male craft and art. We find no original labels in violins bearing a female name well into the 20th century. But is[…]

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THE FIRST MASTER LUTHIERS OF THE NETWORK

Thank you to the first eleven Master Luthiers that have joined The String Circle, the first netwrok enhancing the high-quality lutherie and supporting the career of young musiciand in a circular economy. DISCOVER MORE Luca Baratto (Cremona, Italy): In 2001 Luca left the famous Prosecco Hills of Valdobbiadene to follow[…]

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THE STRING CIRCLE, PRESS CONFERENCE

Wednesday, April 6th 2022, 12 pm – Museo del Violino, Cremona PRESS CONFERENCE The String Circle, the first network enhancing the high-quality lutherie and supporting the career of young musicians in a circular economy, is officially launched. The new project conceived by Le Dimore del Quartetto and promoted in collaboration[…]

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