Stradivarius – Origins And Legacy Of The Greatest Violin Maker

 
Published on Dec. 18, 2015
Channel: Mimphx
Source: Youtube

"STRADIVARIUS: ORIGINS AND LEGACY OF THE GREATEST VIOLIN MAKER" January 16 through June 5, 2016 Immerse yourself in the sights and sounds of perfection. Only at the Musical Instrument Museum (MIM) will visitors to "Stradivarius: Origins and Legacy of the Greatest Violin Maker" be able to discover the history of the violin as never before. Presented in partnership with the Museo del Violino and the Friends of Stradivari, these timeless masterpieces were handcrafted by Cremonese master luthiers, including Andrea Amati, the founding father of the violin; the rogue genius Guarneri del Gesù; and, of course, the maestro himself—Antonio Stradivari. Featured in this video is violin virtuosa Rachel Barton Pine, performing (song title) on her (instrument name or magnificent Guarneri del Gesù violin ). Tickets are $10 for the exhibition only and $7 with paid museum admission. Featured in this video is violin virtuosa Rachel Barton Pine, performing (song title) on her (instrument name or magnificent Guarneri del Gesù violin ). http://mim.org/exhibits/special-exhibitions/stradivarius/