In compliance with the Italian Prime Minister Decree dated January 14th, 2021 concerning measures against COVID-19, the Museo del Violino and the Giovanni Arvedi Auditorium remain closed until January 15th, 2021.
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At the Museo del Violino, visitors can explore the fascinating history of violin making through direct contact with the city’s great violin makers – Amati, Stradivari, Guarneri – and their masterpieces by tracing the balanced blend of art and craftsmanship, creativity and tradition, skills and knowledge which connects late Renaissance to contemporary violin making workshops. Concerts and recitals on historical violins, precious exhibits and multimedia installations promise an exciting and enthralling visit for all, in which instruments, sounds and images converge to give rise to stories, dreams and emotions.
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Sara Zeneli – violino Antonio Stradivari Cremonese 1715